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As writers fire their agents, can small agencies benefit?

by Justin Ho Apr 15, 2019
When it comes to pursuing newly unrepresented talent, small agencies don't have much to lose.
WGA West President David Goodman speaks during the 2019 Writers Guild Awards at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on Feb. 17 in Beverly Hills, California.
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The writer-agent dispute that is shaking up Hollywood

by Kai Ryssdal and Bennett Purser Apr 11, 2019
An entertainment lawyer breaks down what's next for television writers.
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Six things you need to know about the possible Hollywood writers strike

by Ben Bergman Apr 21, 2017
TV and movie writers are fed up with declining pay as media companies make huge profits.
The last writers strike that ended in 2008 took 100 days to resolve. It's considered a foregone conclusion that most of the 12,000 or so Guild members will authorize a strike this time around if a new deal isn't reached.
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