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  1. Writers go back to work

    4:00 am 2/14/2008

    After picketing outside the major studios for the past three months, TV writers went back inside Wednesday, trying to pick up where they'd left off before the strike.Read more

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  2. Macfarlane, Cherry set for WGA benefit

    4:00 am 2/14/2008

    Seth MacFarlane ("Family Guy"), Marc Cherry ("Desperate Housewives") and Darren Star ("Sex and the City") are among a panel of writers/producers who will discuss "That's Not Funny! Turning Life's Little Tragedies Into Comedy."Read more

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  3. Writers vote to end strike

    4:00 am 2/13/2008

    UPDATED: The strike is over. The membership of the WGA West and WGA East voted overwhelmingly to end their 100-day walkout.Read more

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  4. Tallying points after the strike

    4:00 am 2/12/2008

    WGA leaders seemed inclined to declare victory and move on, but figuring winners and losers in the aftermath of the writers' tentative contract deal is a complex calculation.Read more

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  5. ABC out front as nets rev up

    4:00 am 2/12/2008

    With a tentative deal in place and an end to the writers strike looming, the broadcast networks on Monday began firming up their plans for what series to bring back for more episodes in the spring.Read more

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  6. Strike takes $2 billion toll

    4:00 am 2/11/2008

    The writers strike that began Nov. 5 wrung $2 billion from the local economy, as much as four times more than the 1988 strike that lasted six weeks longer.Read more

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  7. Writers could return Wednesday

    4:00 am 2/11/2008

    Hollywood scribes have written a multipart denouement for the industry's epic labor saga. Industryites could get back to work soon, but the WGA is insisting on first holding a membership vote before ending the writers strike that has lasted more than three months.Read more

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  8. For TV writers, warp speed ahead

    4:00 am 2/11/2008

    Scripted primetime TV comedies and dramas that had been forced to the sidelines face the daunting prospect of making up for a three-month work stoppage, which will mean a profoundly stepped-up writing/production pace.Read more

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  9. Vote to end strike set for Tuesday

    4:00 am 2/11/2008

    UPDATED: The writers strike is headed to an end Tuesday night after a vote by the guild’s 10,500 members and the tentative deal between the WGA and the studios is expected to become permanent in less than two weeks.Read more

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  10. Writers, producers reach tentative deal

    10:30 am 2/9/2008

    Striking WGA members could be back to work by Monday if a tentative agreement, reached with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers is agreed to by members in key meetings scheduled for later Saturday.Read more

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