Patt Morrison for February 11, 2008

Strike Countdown: Two Down, One to Go

The Directors Guild of America (DGA) moved towards ratification of agreements late last month, and the Writers Guild of America (WGA) is expected to OK a new deal, perhaps by tomorrow. That leaves only the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) left to negotiate their contract, which expires in June. While maintaining solidarity with the writers, SAG has acted coyly when discussing a potential strike of its own. Do the imminent agreements for DGA and WGA signify smooth negotiations in June? More to come...

* Carl DiOrio, Labor Editor for the Hollywood Reporter

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