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WGA, Studios to Start Talking?

By Greg Published on .

After last week’s deal between the Directors Guild America and the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers produced agreement on how to split revenue from digital video, Variety is reporting that communication is beginning between studios and the Writers Guild of America, which is on strike. Those feelers could lead to an informal discussion as early as Tuesday. Over the weekend, WGA leaders asked members in a letter to remain patient and faithful, citing that new side deals have been struck with Mandate Pictures, Overt Operations/Anonymous Content, Sidney Kimmel Entertainment and Sixth Floor Literary Properties.
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