Thursday, August 25, 2005

WGA suing reality producers:
The Writers Guild of America fired another shot at reality TV producers Wednesday by announcing a second class-action lawsuit in which writers and editors are seeking to win back alleged lost wages.
The union is optimistic that it will win damages for alleged violations of California labor law and force the industry as a whole to recognize reality TV writers, producers and editors as a collective bargaining unit
(from Hollywood Reporter, via Reuters, via Yahoo News). This seems to still leave actors out of reality TV, though it could be good for writers; I don't know.

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this posted by David August at 12:17 PM 

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