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Lakeshore Entertainment
Offices: Beverly Hills, California
A leading independent film producer, Lakeshore Entertainment Group is a full service motion picture engaged in all aspects of the expending entertainment industry. Since its founding in 1994 by Tom Rosenberg, Lakeshore has grown rapidly and today represents a multi-faceted and fully integrated entertainment media enterprise. The Lakeshore portfolio includes a substantial and diverse library of more than 300 films and an on-going production business.
Larian Studios
Offices: Oudenaarde, Belgium
Larian Studios is an award winning computer game development company. Ther have released over 30 software products, ranging from classic multimedia productions to arcade cabinets and the international hit Divine Divinity, claimed by several magazines to be one of the best games of 2002. Other big titles in their portfolio are Beyond Divinity, the successor to Divine Divinity, and KetnetKick, the world's first PC2TV game. KetnetKick was coproduced with VRT, Belgium's national broadcaster, and is a smash hit in Belgium.
Larson Studios
Offices: Burbank, California
Larson Studios is a full-service postproduction sound company specializing in digital mixing for television, film and multimedia. Their ADR/Foley stage, sweetening rooms and four theater-style 5.1 surround mix stages are manned by Emmy award winning mixers utilizing the latest ProTools HD technology. Their 10,000 square-foot landmark building in the heart of Hollywood features a two-story main lobby, fully equipped kitchen and gated parking.
LaserPacific Media
Offices: Hollywood, California
For more than twenty years, LaserPacific has played a pivotal role in the seamless introduction of revolutionary technologies for the most demanding customers in the Hollywood creative community. Consistently winning awards and gaining recognition as the leader in providing seamless post production solutions to the entertainment industry, LaserPacific became a wholly owned subsidiary of Kodak in 2003.

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Las Vegas Review Journal
Offices: Las Vegas, Nevada
7 out of 10 Southern Nevadans read the Review-Journal and Sun each week. Over 722,000 adults read the Sunday Review-Journal and Sun each month. Each week more than 668,000 adults in the Las Vegas area read the daily Review-Journal and Sun. The Review Journal is owned by the Stevens Media Group, an industry leader that remains true to its roots, while looking to the future.
LeapFrog Enterprises
Offices: Emeryville, California
LeapFrog is a leading designer, developer and marketer of innovative, technology-based educational products and related proprietary content. LeapFrog is 100% focused on developing products that will provide the most engaging, effective learning experience—for all ages, in school or home, around the world. They put learning first—a philosophy that distinguishes them from their competitors and fuels the entire company.
Lebhar Friedman
Offices: New York, New York
Lebhar-Friedman is the leading independent publisher and provider of information serving the retail community and its vast supplier network. For 78 years, Lebhar-Friedman has been committed to providing timely, provocative and essential information to its over half a million subscribers.
Le Duc Design
Offices: Santa Monica, California
Since 1972 Greg Le Duc and his associates have offered the finest quality in film & video production and post-production services. These services have been provided to industrial, broadcast and theatrical clients throughout the country and overseas. Professional, high quality producers, writers, editors, graphic artists, audio and video engineers and production staff have been brought together to create a powerhouse of creativity, talent and service.


Legendary Pictures
Offices: Burbank, California
Legendary Pictures will co-produce and co-finance five to six films a year in partnership with Warner Bros. Studios during an initial five year term. Pursuant to that, Legendary established itself in 2005 with Christopher Nolan's Batman Begins and is poised to release an additional five films by the end of 2006. Those films include Superman Returns, directed by Bryan Singer, M Night Shyamalan's Lady in the Water, We Are Marshall, directed by McG , The Ant Bully, directed by John A Davis (Jimmy Neutron), and Beerfest directed by Jay Chandrasekhar.
Level 3 Post
Offices: Burbank, California
Level 3 Post is a 100% digital post production facility featuring services in telecine, editing, compositing, high definition and DVD. High definition technologies present a complex challenge to both client and facility. At Level 3 Post, they are on the cutting-dge of this exciting revolution in their industry. The superior picture quality, increased clarity and enhanced detail demand less compromise and more attention than ever before. Their editors have the experience and the tools to handle any job no matter how complex.
Levinson Fontana Productions
Offices: Beverly Hills, California
Academy Award winning Director-Screenwriter-Producer Barry Levinson, of Levinson Fontana Productions, has crafted an enviable reputation in the film industry as a director who blends literate and intelligent visions into films. Levinson was awarded the 1988 Best Director Oscar for the multiple award winning Rain Man, starring Dustin Hoffman and Tom Cruise. In 1987, he directed Robin Williams in the comedy Good Morning, Vietnam, which went on to become one of the year's most acclaimed and popular movies.
Lexington Herald Leader
Offices: Lexington, Kentucky
Lexington, the second largest city in Kentucky, is the business, economic, social and medical center of Central and Eastern Kentucky. Known as the thoroughbred capital of the world, Lexington also is the home of the University of Kentucky Wildcats boasting the men’s all-time winning basketball program. In 2003 Forbes’ “Best of Business and Careers” ranked Lexington 7th among US cities to locate a business. In 2004, Lexington ranked 9th for best places for business and careers and No. 2 among best places in terms of business costs.