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The WGA Strike

Despite what you haven’t heard or seen from the legacy media the Writers Guild of America is still on strike.

Stuart Levine, a managing editor at Variety, has an opinion piece up at MSNBC, Showrunners turn strike into a show stopper, about the issues and the reason it lead to the shut down of so many shows so quickly.

John Rogers at Kung Fu Monkey, member of the WGA and veteran scriptwriter, provides more industry background in The Albatross.

And over at United Hollywood Michael “Mose” Schur, a producer of “The Office” has a Modest Proposal: CEOs Go First, suggesting that if the industry is in such dire straits, maybe the media CEOs to should take the same pay cut they are offering writers.

November 12, 2007   Comments Off on The WGA Strike

Question of the Day

With a little more than a year left and Rove gone from the White House, can the Shrubbery manage to stage photo ops as the two remaining members of the Village People that he has missed: the leather guy and the Native American?

November 12, 2007   2 Comments