The Writers Guild of America East has set an Oct. 14 date for its trial board to examine charges filed against Joan Rivers — which could lead to Rivers becoming the first member ever expelled from…
The Writers Guild of America East has taken a step toward disciplining “Fashion Police’s” Joan Rivers over alleged rule violations by selecting three unnamed members for a trial board. The guild had…
Escalating the dispute over striking “Fashion Police” writers, the Council of the Writers Guild of America East has voted to send charges filed against Joan Rivers to a trial board — which could lead…
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The striking "Fashion Police" writers have appealed directly to Joan Rivers to support their unionization push.
About 150 supporters of striking “Fashion Police” writers have picketed the Los Angeles offices of E! Entertainment in support of the scribes’ unionization push. The noon-time action featured chants…
The Writers Guild of America West will picket the Los Angeles offices of E! Entertainment in support of striking “Fashion Police” writers. The action has been set to start at 11:30 a.m. Thursday…
E! president Suzanne Kolb has blasted the Writers Guild of America for a month-long strike by writers on E! Network's "Fashion Police." The stoppage started April 17 after writers filed complaints…
Nine writers on E! Network's “Fashion Police” have gone on strike over alleged unpaid wages. The stoppage comes after writers filed complaints with the state of California alleging that E! and show…
Writers on E!'s "Fashion Police" have complained for a second time to the state of California, alleging that Joan Rivers’ Rugby Prods. is breaking state law by not compensating them for $400,000 in…
Writers on E!'s “Fashion Police” have complained to the state of California, alleging that the network is breaking state law by not compensating them for regular wages and overtime — an assertion…
As TV types head to Mip this spring, they're finding that traditional formats are returning with a twist — and that twist usually consists of interactivity or social media.