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  1. WGA Boards Endorse New Studio Deal, Set Membership Vote

    3:41 pm 4/8/2014

    Ballots are due April 29; ratification of the deal is expected.Read more

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  2. WGA Announces New Deal Terms

    6:56 pm 4/2/2014

    The deal mirrors the DGA deal and also includes a solution to the problem of series TV exclusivity holds.Read more

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  3. Writers Guild Reaches New Deal With Producers Alliance

    9:56 am 4/2/2014

    UPDATED: Terms were not disclosed, but since the Directors Guild ratified its contract in January with solid gains, the WGA's deal will probably resemble that one.Read more

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  4. Ex-WGA Chief Patric Verrone Likely to Face Strike Questions in State Senate Run (Analysis)

    7:55 pm 3/15/2014

    The union leader is running on a jobs platform -- but did the strike he called save jobs or kill them?Read more

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  5. WGA East Accuses ITV Studios of Failing to Pay Overtime

    5:05 pm 2/27/2014

    The union calls it "stealing" and highlights the contrast with surging profits at the parent company.Read more

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  6. WGA Announces Feature Access Project Honorees

    11:07 am 2/26/2014

    Nine diverse screenwriters are honored.Read more

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  7. WGA Contract Talks in Recess for Two Weeks

    7:25 pm 2/15/2014

    Negotiations resume March 4.Read more

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  8. Gavin Polone: I Was So Wrong About the WGA Strike (Guest Column)

    9:00 am 2/11/2014

    The producer, who publicly questioned the wisdom of the 2007 guild shutdown, now wishes to praise everything the WGA gained as talks for a new studio contract begin.Read more

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  9. WGA Negotiations Begin: Studios' Opening Proposals Includes Alleged $60 Million in Rollbacks

    12:05 pm 2/3/2014

    The WGA's new deal will probably resemble that of the Directors Guild, which ratified its contract last month with solid gains.Read more

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  10. WGA Awards: How Honoree Paul Mazursky Captured the Culture (Q&A)

    11:00 am 1/31/2014

    The writer-director, who tracked the winds of social change that swept across America beginning in the '60s with his movies like "Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice" and "An Unmarried Woman," talks to THR about the impact of his films and which of his works he thinks was underrated.Read more

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