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  1. Writers Guild Awards: 'Breaking Bad,' 'Orange is the New Black' Among TV Nominations

    12:25 pm 12/4/2013

    Nominees in the new media, news and radio categories also were unveiled Thursday -- with "House of Cards" and "The Americans" among the new entries.Read more

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  2. E!, 'Fashion Police' Writers to Face Off in Representation Election (Exclusive)

    1:08 pm 11/22/2013

    The mid-December event represents an interim victory for the network in the seven-month dispute.Read more

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  3. WGA Announces Contract Negotiating Committee

    1:55 pm 11/13/2013

    No date has been set for discussions with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers.Read more

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  4. 'Fashion Police' Writer Expelled From WGA Accuses Guild of 'Smear Campaign'

    3:20 pm 10/14/2013

    UPDATED: Larry Amoros says he resigned from the WGA and describes what the guild wanted from him as "ratting out" his fellow writers. He still faces $14,000 in fines.Read more

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  5. WGA Expels and Fines 'Fashion Police' Writer for Writing During Strike

    10:45 am 10/14/2013

    The decision takes effect immediately.Read more

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  6. Joan Rivers, Writers Guild Resolve 'Fashion Police' Charges

    12:36 pm 10/7/2013

    Under the deal, she’ll stop writing for the E! show during the strike by writers but will continue hosting it.Read more

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  7. WGA East Announces Election Results

    4:59 am 9/22/2013

    The incumbent officers were re-elected along with nine council members.Read more

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  8. WGA West Announces Election Results

    4:02 pm 9/17/2013

    Christopher Keyser will return as president for another two-year term.Read more

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  9. WGA West Candidates Night to be Held Tuesday

    4:27 pm 9/3/2013

    Voting then continues for another two weeks, until Sept. 16 at noon.Read more

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  10. WGA East to NBCU's Steve Burke: Let Us Count Union Votes

    1:00 pm 8/26/2013

    According to the union, NBCUniversal is impeding the vote count for a representation election at a company-owned production entity, Peacock Productions.Read more

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