WGA strike

Hollywood's striking writers have told top studio chiefs that they will drop previous proposals to unionize writers who work on animated movies and reality TV shows. The concession signals a possible thaw in the 3-month-old labor dispute with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers, which represents the major studios in negotiations.
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( Brian Vander Brug / Los Angeles Times )

Hollywood's striking writers have told top studio chiefs that they will drop previous proposals to unionize writers who work on animated movies and reality TV shows. The concession signals a possible thaw in the 3-month-old labor dispute with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers, which represents the major studios in negotiations.

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