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Some pretty awesome video I shot right outside Television City in Hollywood
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This week the Writers Guild of America went on strike, shutting down TV and production. But do you know who else is affected by the strike? Presidential candidates. Don't believe me? Who do you think writes all of that witty candidate dialogue? That's right â guild writers. It's already having an adverse effect on the campaign. Let's take a look.
A look at what will happen if the writers and studios work out their differences. I mean come on, this is Los Angeles, can't we all just get along?
We've seen how the strike ends, join us won't you?
David Penn, a writer, learns the exact conditions of his job as he's urged to sign a, "I will not strike" agreement.
We got the secret video of the closed-door negotiations between the writers and the producers. The WGA strike is turning into a fight and only one party will walk away ALIVE!
News Log's correspondent, Sophie Black, is in L.A. reporting about the writer's strike. Wearing a hard hat, Ms. Black is prepared for the worse! For more, go to *******log.tv/.
Wondering what to do now that there's a writer's strike and there's nothing on TV but reruns?
Don't fret. There's a world of great shows that are only found online
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Look, if you're going to strike, you may as well go ALL OUT. But you also gotta know when to stop...
Hi everyone, I'm Andrea Rene and welcome to get the daily****.
I've got your entertainment update.
Good news is on the horizons for dozens of productions on
hiatus due to the writer's strike. The Writer's Guild of
America met with the Alliance of producers yesterday to fine
tune a possible resolution that could end the 3 month strike.
Hooray! I desperate to find out what is happening on Grey's
Anatomy. Membership meetings will be conducted tomorrow in
L.A. and New York to decide if the strike should be ended. The
new tentative contract finally guarantees writers a share
digital media sales and compensation for internet releases.
According to WGA West Presdient Patric Verrone, it isn't what
they hoped for or what they deserve, but it is more than what
they had. Writers could be back at work on shows like Lost,
Grey's Antamony, and The Office as soon as Wednesday with new
episodes airing in April and May. I'll keep you updated on the
strike deal as it develops.
And lots of news happened to Britney Spears over the weekend.
Not only did her cousin Alli Simms and former BFF Sam LutFI
show up at Paris Hilton's birthday bash after Brit was
released from the UCLA Medical Center, early, a court gave
approval for her father, James Spears to fire her business
manager Howard Grossman. Her mom Lynne seems to think Grossman
is in LutFI's back pocket and doesn't want anyone robbing
their mulitmillonaire daughter. Also, Brit's custody case
attorney, Sorrell Trope filed paperwork asking to be removed
from the case, because let's face it, that is just one big
mess. But on a positive note, Britney was spotted again at the
Millenium Dance Complex in North Hollywood doing some more
rehearsals for what we all hope will be a comeback.
You just heard the entertainment update. For get the
daily****, I'm Andrea Rene.