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Striking Writers, Hollywood Studios to Meet Again Thursday
Negotiators for the striking Writers Guild of America and Hollywood studios will meet again on Thursday to try to resolve the five-month standoff that has disrupted film and television production.
The Writers Guild and the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers held talks for the first time in about a month on Wednesday.
Disney CEO Bob Iger, Netflix Co-CEO Ted Sarandos, Comcast’s NBCUniversal Studio Group Chairman Donna Langley, and Warner Bros Discovery CEO David Zaslav attended the meeting to help spark a deal.
CNBC reported that writers and producers were near an agreement and hoped to reach a deal on Thursday, but if not, the strike could last through the end of the year.
Striking Writers, Hollywood Studios to Meet Again
Negotiators for the Writers Guild of America and Hollywood studios are set to meet again on Thursday in an attempt to resolve the ongoing five-month standoff that has caused significant disruptions in film and television production. After a month-long hiatus, talks resumed between the Writers Guild and the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers on Wednesday. The meeting was attended by top executives from major companies like Disney, Netflix, Comcast, and Warner Bros Discovery. There are indications of progress, with reports suggesting that an agreement may be reached soon. However, if a deal is not reached, the strike could continue until the end of the year.
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