“Late Show” writers riff; Phil Robinson gives a 4-minute history of the WGA

Here's another strike blog chronicle, this one from some of the scribes behind CBS' "The Late Show Lettermanscribes with David Letterman." LateShowWritersOnStrike.com

These things would be so funny, if the subject matter wasn't so serious, and the strike so devasting to so many bank accounts.

Here's also a new WGA vid with feature scribe and board member Phil Alden Robinson ("Field of Dreams") offering a succinct history of the guild and the issues that it has gone to the mat for in the past.

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  1. Lee Williams says:

    Hey…don’t get me wrong, I support the right to Strike…but has the WGA contracted a third party accounting firm to quantify the trickle down resids from those digital ancillary area not in the WGA agreement…rather than speculating?
    Lee Williams
    Boomstone Studios

  2. Lee Williams says:

    Hey…don’t get me wrong, I support the right to Strike…but has the WGA contracted a third party accounting firm to quantify the trickle down resids from those digital ancillary area not in the WGA agreement…rather than speculating?
    Lee Williams
    Boomstone Studios

  3. Lee Williams says:

    Hey…don’t get me wrong, I support the right to Strike…but has the WGA contracted a third party accounting firm to quantify the trickle down resids from those digital ancillary area not in the WGA agreement…rather than speculating?
    Lee Williams
    Boomstone Studios

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