Thursday, November 01, 2007

Strike Looms

In less than an hour the WGA is having a meeting at the LA Convention Center. The New York Times and Variety say producers and writers stopped talking last night at around 6. While SAG members seem to have no-strike clauses in SAG contracts (so SAG actors have to work even if the writers strike), a WGA strike could stop production on some shows, leaving actors with a day off (or more). If the WGA strikes, check with SAG for specifics and consequences if you're inclined to not show up to work; caveat actor.

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