WGA & SAG-AFTRA STRIKE 2023
It's looking more and more like there's going to be a strike. At the very least, like the strike authorization is going to be ratified.
Why we strike - Fast Company
Gotta love the AMPTP getting in front of the Guild announcing a ratification, like it's up to them what happens on the other side of the table. Though in negotiations they are the lions and the writers are the lambs, but fucking hubris. Cripes.
Deadline: "Studios Call Strike authorization Vote Ratification 'Inevitable'"
WGA Members Vote Overwhelmingly To Authorize A Strike If No Deal By May 1 - Deadline
"What shows would stop first if Hollywood writers strike? Here’s what the WGA says" ~ LA Times
"What happens if there’s a Hollywood writers strike?
It’s been 15 years since the last WGA strike, and the stakes are far greater." — Vox
"WGA Issues Strike Rules: Members Barred From Writing, Pitching, or Negotiating for Work if Strike Is Called" — Variety
"The Potential 2023 WGA Strike for Dummies" — Vulture
"Association Of Talent Agents Sends Members 'Force Majeure' Summary Ahead Of Threatened WGA Strike" — Deadline
"Hollywood Braces for Fallout as a Possible Writers Strike Looms" — Variety
"WGA Releases Strike Rules Anticipating May 1: No Writing, Pitching, or Negotiating" — MXDWN
"The Rich are Getting Richer... and the Writers Have Had Enough" — Crescenta Valley Weekly
"WGA and AMPTP to Meet Saturday as Talks go into Final 72 Hours" — Variety
"'Everyone Is Just Scrambling': Hollywood on Edge as Writers Guild Talks Go Down to the Wire" — Hollywood Reporter
"As the clock runs down to the Monday night expiration of the union's current contract, writers are hurrying to turn in work and other industry players feel resigned to a potential strike."
"Tensions Rise in Hollywood as Potential Writers’ Strike Hangs Over Productions on Final Day of Contract Talks" — Variety
"Hollywood writers' strike looms as deadline approaches." KTLA 5