Hollywood writers guild ends strike ahead of final contract vote
The SAG-Aftra actors union however remains on strike.
Hollywood prepares for partial return to work after writers' deal
While actors remain on strike, late-night and daytime talk shows may resume production once their writers receive the guild's green light to return to work in the coming days or weeks.
Striking Hollywood writers reach tentative deal with studios
The settlement, while a milestone, will not return Hollywood to work.
Striking Hollywood writers, studios to meet again
Roughly 11,500 WGA members walked off the job in May, angered by how working conditions have changed in the streaming TV era.
Striking Hollywood writers, studios to resume negotiations
Writers are seeking higher compensation and protections around use of artificial intelligence.
Hollywood studios release details of new proposal to striking writers
According to the latest proposal, the Writers' Guild of America will get a compounded 13% pay increase over the three-year contract, and AI-generated written content will not be considered 'literary material'.
Optimism emerges among Hollywood writers over talks with studios
In what would be a sign of progress in a months-long labour dispute, negotiators for the WGA and AMPTP met to discuss the latest contract proposal, more than 100 days into the strike.
Striking Hollywood writers, studios to return to bargaining table
The strike began after talks between the WGA and the major studios reached an impasse over compensation, minimum staffing of writers' rooms and residual payments in the streaming era, among other issues.
Writers strike freezes 'Game of Thrones' spinoff and other shows
The WGA went on strike May 2 after failing to reach a new labour agreement with higher pay from Hollywood studios such as Netflix Inc and Walt Disney Co.
Hollywood writers strike looms as studios say talks end with no deal
The 11,500 members of the Writers Guild of America have given their union leaders the power to call a strike after their current contract expires.
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