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WGA: Producers Not Paying for New Media

The Writers Guild of America (WGA) said yesterday that big media companies weren’t honoring the contract to end last year’s writer’s strike by failing to pay residuals for work used in new media.

Hollywood Strike Talks Break Down, Again

Earlier this week, it looked like the striking writers had reached some common ground with the producers in Hollywood, but today the talks c…

Writer’s Strike Parties Talking, Not Agreeing

The two parties in the writer’s strike are celebrating an advance in talks — or more accurately, the fact that they’re talking at all. Yest…

Karina’s Capsule: Speechless

Over Thanksgiving weekend, Hollywood blogger Nikki Finke exclusively hosted Speechless, a series of short videos starring A-list talent that was produced and…

CBS News Writers Authorize A Strike

So after much back and forth, it has happened: CBS (NYSE: CBS) News writers, producers and editors voted to authorize their labor union to c…

WGA Strike Set For Monday

The Writers Guild of America’s 12,000 members will go on strike Monday against studios and networks, the association announced today…the s…