Hollywood Writers, Studios Reach Deal To End Strike

  • The new three-year deal includes several hard-fought victories for the writers including increased royalties, mandatory staffing for television “writing rooms” and protections regarding the use of artificial intelligence, people familiar with the pact said.
  • Neither side would address the terms of the accord. The Writers Guild of America said it is still finalizing the memorandum of agreement with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers, a coalition representing movie and TV studios, networks and streamers. The negotiating committee will then vote on whether to recommend it and send the contract forward for approval.
  • Until that happens, writers have been instructed not to return to work by the WGA.
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