The WGA and the International Solidarity of Managed Expectations

Australian Writers Guild members Terry Antoniak and David Franken at the Brisbane, Australia AWG demo on Nov. 26, the International Day Of Solidarity

The WGA is keeping a lid on specifics from its two days of negotiations this week with the AMPTP, as evidenced in a message sent late Tuesday night to strike captains.

The guild, which continues negotiations today under a news blackout, is also reminding the captains to tell members to maintain perspective and to take what they read about the strike with a big grain of salt.

The WGA’s also staging a rally at 1 p.m. today outside NBC Burbank as part of its International Solidarity Day. The entire message to strike captains, after the jump.

— Dave McNary   

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