Early this past Tuesday morning, after months of posturing and negotiating, the WGA and AMPTP reached a 3-year deal. Among the core issues at the crux of the negotiations were a new pay formula for short-order TV shows, Pay TV residuals and improvements to the existing health plan.
So what were the agreed upon terms? What was it like in the negotiating room? Who won and who lost? What does this all mean for TV and feature writers?
I’ve collected some of the best reporting on the matter below. Enjoy. And feel free to express your thoughts in the Comments section below.
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