AMPTP bravely soldiers on, despite heavy fog of uncertainty.
Deadline Hollywood Daily, where Nikki Finke sees a glimmer of hope.
Doris Egan of House, writes on writing for a living.
James Surowiecki, in the New Yorker, explains the whole thing, sort of:
The paychecks and the profit-and-loss statements may indicate that the writers and the producers should be able to resolve their dispute quickly. But in labor relations the bottom line isn’t always the bottom line.
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