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1 WGA West Advises Members Against Signing Coronavirus Liability Waivers
2 WGA West Tells Members Not To Sign COVID-19 Liability Waivers As A Condition To Return To Work
3 WGA members overwhelmingly approve new film and TV contract
4 WGA Reveals ICM Partners Deal Details That Will End TV Packaging In 2022
5 WGA West Leaders Tout Gains From Agency Deals
6 UTA Closes Deal With WGA To Phase Out Packaging & Resume Writer Representation – Update
7 WGA West President David A. Goodman Talks New Film & TV Deal And Agency Franchise Agreement With UTA
8 WGA West Members Earned A Record $1.68 Billion Last Year Under Guild Contracts; Over-Scale Payments For Agentless Writer-Producers Not Reflected In Data
9 Emmys: WGA & DGA Have Not Agreed To TV Academy’s Plan To Remove Writing & Directing Categories From Main Telecast On ABC
10 WGA Reveals Details Of UTA Deal, Says It “Ends The Practice Of Packaging” At Agency
11 Voting Starts Today For Ratification Of New WGA Film & TV Contract
12 TV and Digital Gains Drive WGA West Member Earnings to $1.68 Billion
13 Writers Guild Ratifies Pact with Producers
14 UTA Rewrites WGA Script With Compromise Agreement
15 WGA West Tells Members “Do Not Sign” COVID-19 Liability Waivers
16 UTA Ends WGA Packaging Dispute | Fox Rothschild LLP
17 WGA West: 16 Candidates Running For Board Of Directors
18 Hearst Magazines Staff Votes Overwhelmingly To Unionize With WGA East
19 As UTA Breaks Ranks, What's Next for Writers Guild and Agencies?
20 The Black List, Media Access Awards, Easterseals Disability Services And WGA Writers With Disabilities Open Submissions For Second Annual Disability List
21 WGA amateur tourneys to allow one spectator per participant
22 WGA East Panel To Push For More People Of Color As Voices On Mainstream News Shows
23 Hendersonville CC Member-Guest tourney a success
24 The WGA Reaches Tentative Agreement With Major Studios, Combats ‘Rollbacks’ for Writers
25 Amber Ruffin and Larry Wilmore to Lead New Weekly Topical Late-Night Show on Peacock TV
26 WGA Says Writers Are Receiving “Tangible Results” From Rule Requiring Franchised Agencies To Turn Over Clients’ Financial Documents
27 Area Golf
28 Local weekly sports roundup
29 WGA Says Raising Minimums Is “Critical” In Contract Talks With Studios
30 Notes On The Season: Oscars Nix Screenings; Emmy Controversy?; Drive In Campaigning; Nominees Stay Home
31 WGA Inclusion Report: Female And Underrepresented TV Writers “Could Achieve Parity” In Two Years If Gains Continue
32 WGA West Leaders Urge Guild Members “To Take Their Share Of Responsibility” For Lack Of Diversity In Writers Rooms
33 WGA Leaders Endorse Tentative Deal With Producers On New Film & TV Contract
34 Big 3 Agencies Win Protective Order In Ongoing Legal Battle With WGA Over Packaging Fees
35 WGA & Producers Reach Tentative Deal On New Film & TV Contract, Averting Strike During Pandemic
36 Michelle & Robert King Sign With UTA
37 Sports Emmy Awards 2020: ESPN, Fox Lead All Networks
38 WGA West Launches Enhanced Staffing & Development Platform To Help Writers Find Jobs
39 WGA Seeking Broad Gains For TV Writers In Film & TV Contract Talks With AMPTP
40 WGA Members Overwhelmingly Approve “Pattern Of Demands” For Contract Talks That Could Spark Industry’s First Strike Since 2008
41 WGA investigates reports of writers working with fired agents
42 WGA drops demand for studios to only work with WGA-approved agencies
43 WGA-Talent Agency Standoff Hits One-Year Mark Amid Pandemic And Looming Contract Talks
44 WGA West Says TV Showrunners Will Hold Talks With Studios To “Protect The Role Of Writers” In Reopening Protocols
45 WGA Chief Calls Hollywood Studios ‘Despicable’ in Dispute Over Negotiations
46 WGA West Committee Of Black Writers’ Co-Chairs Call On Hollywood To “Revolutionize The Way Our Industry Hires Writers”
47 Why There’s No End in Sight for the WGA’s Legal Battle With Agencies
48 WGA Contract Talks With Studios Going Down to the Wire
49 WGA Includes Studio Ban On Non-Franchised Agents In MBA Pattern Of Demands Sent For Membership Vote
50 WGA Lays Out AMPTP Bargaining Topics In Message To Members: Streaming, Inclusion, Harassment Protections & More
51 Coronavirus crisis pushes writers and studios closer to talks
52 WGA Says It’s Helped Negotiate Over 100 Individual Deals For Agentless Writers
53 WGA Says Dispute With Big 3 Agencies Over Packaging Fees Has Cost It “Millions Of Dollars”
54 WGA Awards: ‘Parasite,’ ‘Jojo Rabbit,’ HBO Among Top Winners (Full List)
55 WGA Seeking Increased Streaming Residuals & Protection For Its Pension Plan In AMPTP Contract Talks
56 Will WGA Negotiations For New Film & TV Contract Go Forward During Pandemic?
57 WGA East Leaders Dispel Rumors That TV Creators & Showrunners Will Be Excluded From Sets During Restart
58 WGA And Big 3 Agencies Clash Over Protection Of Confidential Documents In Legal Battle Over Packaging Fees
59 AMPTP Wants To Start Contract Talks With WGA This Month; Union Responds – Update
60 WGA Film & TV Contract Expires Tonight At Midnight
61 WGA Says Some Companies “Shortchanging” TV Writers In Misapplication Of Force Majeure Clauses
62 There’s Still Animation Work Out There & The WGA Wants It Covered By The Guild’s Contract
63 WGA reaches deal with Gersh amid battle with talent agencies
64 WGA Leaders Seek Increased Payment for Comedy-Variety Shows on Streaming Platforms
65 WGA loses round in legal fight with talent agencies
66 Amber Ruffin, Larry Wilmore to host late night shows for Peacock
67 WGA Files Amended Complaint In Yearlong Legal Battle With Big 3 Talent Agencies
68 Paradigm Signs 5-Year WGA Franchise Agreement
69 WGA Standoff Continues With AMPTP Over Extension Of Film & TV Contract That Expires Friday
70 WGA West Reaches $5.25 Million Settlement With Disney For Interest On Late Residuals On Five Fox Animated Series
71 Big 3 Talent Agencies Ask Judge To Dismiss Remainder Of WGA’s Packaging Lawsuit
72 Big 3 Talent Agencies Say WGA’s Discovery Demands Could Cost Them More Than $10 Million
73 Hollywood Fears Writers Strike Is Brewing as Contract Talks Go Down to Wire
74 Start Of WGA Contract Talks With AMPTP Delayed Until May 18
75 WGA Inflames Tensions By Telling Out-Of-Work Live-Action Writers To Switch To Animation
76 Writers Stealthily Return to Big Agencies Even as Other Firms Sign WGA Code
77 WGA Proposes “Tiered Bonuses” For Streaming Residuals In Contract Talks With AMPTP
78 WGA And AMPTP “In Discussions” On How To Proceed As Upcoming Contract Negotiations Loom
79 APA Agency Signs Agreement With The WGA – Update
80 Streaming Residuals Could Set The Stage For A WGA Strike In 2020, But Would Packaging Play A Role?
81 Peace In Our Time: WGA Reaches Deal On New Basic Agreement
82 WGA loses effort to toss agency lawsuit, extending fight over fees
83 WGA And AMPTP Move Closer To Agreeing On A May 11 Start Date For Film & TV Contract Negotiations
84 Judge Denies WGA’s Motion To Compel Big 3 Agencies To Expand Discovery In Packaging-Fees Fight
85 WGA Seeking Multiple Gains in Television Work in Upcoming Negotiations
86 WGA Contract Talks Expected to Start March 23, DGA Sets Streaming Residual Gains (EXCLUSIVE)
87 WGA West Offers Tips For Virtual Pitching During Pandemic
88 WGA Seeks First-Ever Foreign Film Residuals In Contract Talks With AMPTP
89 WGA Urges Members To Beware Of Scare Tactics As It Prepares For Upcoming Contract Talks & Possible Strike
90 WGA Leaders Seek Paid Parental Leave in Contract Talks With Studios
91 WGA And Big 3 Agencies Aiming At March 2021 Trial Start
92 WGA Will “Proceed In Force” With Discovery & Then To Trial In Legal Fight With Big 3 Agencies, Despite Court Setback
93 Writers Guild Suffers a Blow in Court—but the War Is Far From Over
94 Ellen reportedly gets 60% of profits from show's ads despite being 'mean' to staff; will those brands be cancelled?
95 In a deadlock, WGA and large talent agencies turn to a mediator
96 Patric Verrone, Betsy Thomas Seeking Re-Election for WGA West Board
97 WGA West President David A. Goodman Says Guild Stands With Peaceful Protesters
98 Sony Chairman Tom Rothman On Possible WGA Strike: “We’ve Always Worked Our Way Through These Things”
99 WGA Surveying Its Members About Key Issues To Address In Upcoming Film & TV Contract Talks
100 Hollywood is bracing for another writers' strike. Why?