Here's something likely to get WGA strikers into a lather: Some soap scribes have decided to keep writing. As Variety.com reports here, a high-ranking writer-producer on CBS' "The Young and the…
The DGA is launching negotiations today in New York with the three major networks for staff and freelance directors -- a contract that's separate from its basic film-TV contract.
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Several WGA scribes on sudsers have decided to cross the picket line to keep their jobs.
Here's another strike blog chronicle, this one from some of the scribes behind CBS' "The Late Show with David Letterman." LateShowWritersOnStrike.com These things would be so funny, if the subject…
He’s not seeking public office; instead he’s again planting his flag in the private sector. Instead, Al Gore is joining Silicon Valley v.c. firm Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers to expand it into…
Remember them? They write: We got a lot of angry email, but no job offers yet. In our latest video, we try to come off as more serious. You do that, fellas. — Dana Harris
The image war over the writers strike rages on -- with no movement toward the bargaining table.
Or so he tells Neil Cavuto in a broadcast interview on FOX Business Network. The normally shy and retiring Diller had much to say on the WGA strike: I expect that it will probably be a long strike…
As the writers took to the street, in print, online and via the airwaves last week to discuss the lack of streaming Internet residuals (just check out all of the strongly-worded statements from a…
Unlike the slow-burn aftereffects of a Hollywood strike, a Broadway work stoppage has instant box office repercussions.
Because it's almost 4:30 — time for a yummy snack of WritersStrikeVideo. — Dana Harris
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