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  1. SAG's N.Y. board: Let the talks begin

    4:00 am 2/29/2008

    SAG says it will be ready to open contract talks with the studios in the spring. That's not good enough for the guild's New York board, which is urging the union's leaders to start formal negotiations for a new labor contract with producers in the next four weeksRead more

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  2. WGA members approve contract

    4:00 am 2/27/2008

    The WGA contract has passed muster with guild membership. About 93.6% of members approved the new three-year contract with the Alliance of Motion Picture & Television Producers, officials said Tuesday.Read more

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  3. Walkout helps cable in the long run

    4:00 am 2/27/2008

    For all the agitation it caused the television industry, the writers strike had an undeniably salubrious effect on cable ratings, as seven of the top 10 ad-supported networks in February saw their primetime deliveries swell by double-digit percentages compared with a year ago.Read more

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  4. Approval expected for WGA contract

    4:00 am 2/26/2008

    The WGA's two-week vote on whether to ratify its new three-year contract culminated Monday with membership meetings on both coasts. The pact is expected to pass muster comfortably with the 10,500 affected members of the WGA West and WGA East.Read more

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  5. THR Esq.

    4:00 am 2/22/2008

    Lawyers get blamed for what's wrong in Hollywood -- but it took ones like Alan Werthheimer to help strike negotiators do their jobs.Read more

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  6. All too quiet on the post-strike front

    4:00 am 2/22/2008

    At the end of the first full post-strike week, development deals and script sales have been slower than many in the film world anticipated. But is it the calm before the storm or the calm before more calm?Read more

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  7. DGA members approve contract

    4:00 am 2/21/2008

    DGA members overwhelmingly approved their new three-year contract with the Alliance of Motion Picture & Television Producers, officials said Wednesday.Read more

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  8. Strike's toll on Calif.: $2.5 bil

    4:00 am 2/20/2008

    The ricochet effect from the writers strike might be more far-reaching and long-lasting than first thought. So says Jack Kyser in his just-released annual "Economic Forecast Report" for Los Angeles County and its surrounding areas.Read more

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  9. SAG, AFTRA leaders meet in D.C.

    4:00 am 2/19/2008

    Members of SAG and AFTRA will resume meetings this week to work on bargaining proposals as the two actors unions gear up for negotiations with the Alliance of Motion Picture & Television Producers.Read more

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  10. Contract talks loom for SAG

    4:00 am 2/14/2008

    SAG officials won't say when they might launch negotiations with the Alliance of Motion Picture & Television Producers to replace a contract that's set to expire June 30.Read more

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