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…
The exec director of the Writers Guild of America East has issued an upbeat assessment of the guild's outlook, pointing to improved finances and organizing efforts — while conceding there are…
Reality TV company Atlas Media has been backed by the National Labor Relations Board in its dispute with the Writers Guild of America East over representing Atlas employees. Atlas said the NLRB has…
Hollywood and Swine: The WGA released a follow-up report today that discovered 85% percent of WGA members are extremely grateful to be white males.
Member of the Writers Guild of America have ratified a successor three-year agreement with CBS News, covering about 325 employees.
Next year's kudofest will be more than two weeks earlier.
Diversity among Hollywood's TV writers falls short of reflecting the actual demographics of the U.S. population, a study from the Writers Guild of America West shows.
It was five years ago at this time that Hollywood first realized it was heading down the road to self-immolation.
Dustin Lance Black couldn't have announced his arrival as a player in the feature biz if he'd worn a sandwich board to the Writers Guild Awards. The "Milk" scribe brought the award-season jaded crowd…
Judd Apatow makes me laugh. He makes a lot of people laugh. He kept the packed house at the WGA Theater in Beverly Hills laughing Thursday night as he moderated the "Beyond Words" panel of WGA Award…
Strike TV is getting closer to its close-up. The website devoted to showcasing original works from Hollywood union-repped folks is planning a private beta launch starting Monday. If you’re curious…
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