The issues behind possible Hollywood writers’ strike that could halt film, TV production
The Writers Guild of America’s contract with Hollywood studios expires at midnight Tuesday, potentially affecting over 800,000 jobs if last-minute negotiations break down and a strike begins. Writers are demanding higher wages and better working conditions and say many of their concerns stem from the industry’s emphasis on streaming. Geoff Bennett discussed the possible strike with Anousha Sakoui.
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