Last fall, Portal A decided it needed to move. The digital content studio, best known for creating the annual YouTube Rewind video, had been in its first floor offices in the Los Angeles Times Building for a little more than a year, but it was already at capacity. On any given day, the 20 full-time employees who worked in the San Francisco-based company’s L.A. outpost could be joined by a dozen or more writers, directors, digital influencers, and other production freelancers, and those numbers were only going to be growing.
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