Your Stage : Finally Some Good News: WGA and Producers Avoid Strike by Brandon Blake

Brandon Blake

Finally Some Good News: WGA and Producers Avoid Strike

The film and television business has been facing challenges in 2020, but finally some great news as WGA and Producers patch up differences and agree to new deal terms: https://filmtvlaw.com/blog/2020/7/6/back-to-work-wga-and-producers-avoid...

Back To Work: WGA and Producers Avoid Strike - Blake & Wang P.A. - Entertainment Lawyers for Film, TV and Music
Back To Work: WGA and Producers Avoid Strike - Blake & Wang P.A. - Entertainment Lawyers for Film, TV and Music
The strike is off- or so it seems! At a time where we all will welcome some good news, the WGA and producers of the AMPTP have seen fit to give us a big boost. The news is that they have reached an agreement together.
Karen "Kay" Ross

This IS good news! Thanks for sharing, Brandon Blake!

Beth Fox Heisinger

Hey Brandon, this is Beth from the Stage 32 team. I just wanted to let you know I moved your post from Producing to Your Stage, as it fits much better there. That's where members share their own written blogs, articles, personal and professional websites, and anything promotional that drives members to your online marketing and self-promotion. The Lounge craft and business forums are for topic discussion. Best to you!

Brandon Blake

Beth, Thanks for following up. These are current, timely articles about issues that directly effect directors and producers. Can you please rethink this "My Stage" issue? I went to my stage and everything is just posting people's own movie posters and script projects. These articles are useful to the the membership of Stage32. Did you read any of them? - Brandon Blake, Entertainment Attorney

Beth Fox Heisinger

Hi, Brandon. Sure, you're welcome. Again, Your Stage is where members share their own blogs, articles, videos, etc—personal and professional. That's just how the site is organized. Please see the description at the top. Any post that drives members to one's own business website is considered promotional. You could engage in the topic of your article without the link to your website, which would be more organic. Or perhaps someone else could share your article link in a post. Or perhaps you could be a guest on S32's blog. Or maybe teach a webinar. We've had other entertainment lawyers do so. There's a link found in the bottom menu bar about interest in teaching a webinar. Or reach out to Amanda Toney, the managing director here at Stage 32. Hope that helps. Best to you!

Brandon Blake

Beth, Thanks for following up. Sounds great. I checked out the S32 blog. Looks great and I didn't see what the costs, criteria, etc. were for doing that. Let me know. - Brandon Blake

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