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Hollywood reacts to the WGA strike authorization




Members of the Writers Guild of America (WGA) call attention to conditions for writers working on game shows and so-called reality television programming December 7, 2007 in Los Angeles, California.
Members of the Writers Guild of America (WGA) call attention to conditions for writers working on game shows and so-called reality television programming December 7, 2007 in Los Angeles, California.
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Movie and TV writers have overwhelmingly authorized a strike.

The Writers Guild of America is negotiating today with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers. The current contract expires the end of this weekend. If there's no deal and writers walk, what would be the effects across the industry?

AirTalk talks Angelenos about how a potential strike might impact their lives.

Guest:

Jonathan Handel, an attorney and a contributing editor to the Hollywood Reporter who’s been following the WGA labor talks