The Redcoats Aren’t Coming
The British Writer’s Guild has stated that its membership will not write for American producers with a strike on, effectively not crossing the line from across the pond, and are also advising that UK produced programs not be used to fill the void of the American television networks.
Too late, they already are.
Early to Bed and Early to Rise
Glen Gordon Caron has been seen arriving at Paramount before nine and leaving after five to avoid crossing the picket lines. He’s still working on Medium. Or so we’re told.
Is This Thing On?
Break.com is offering $5000 for the highest rated video submitted by a striking writer, which shows a certain naivete about the technical abilities of WGA members.
Clean Out Your Desks
Innovative Artists–same agency that tried to yank the assistants’ benefits in June–fired all their Lit assistants in a strike-related cost move.
How do you picket YouTube?
(photo from Erik)
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