Writer's Strike Gets Nastier

"A day after Hollywood's writers went out on strike, the major studios are
hitting back with plans to suspend scores of long-term deals with television
production companies, jeopardizing the jobs of hundreds of rank-and-file
employees whose names never appear in the credits."

I knew the animosity between the WGA and the studios was pretty severe, but the studios are hitting back hard and as a result a lot of people are going to be out of jobs.
"Anyone who's not working on pilots or shows is going to get suspension
letters," said one top studio executive.

Today's LA times has a really good article on the level of hatred the two sides have for one another.

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