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Amptp

  1. the industry
    Actors Unions Agree to Work TogetherAFTRA and SAG form a friendly alphabet soup.
  2. strike zone
    SAG Continues to Inch Toward a StrikeThe guild has authorized its national board to proceed with a work stoppage.
  3. strike zone
    WGA Announces Tentative Deal; Tina Fey Goes Back to WorkIt’s true!
  4. strike zone
    Nobody Get Excited; Writers’ Strike Not Quite Over YetDespite any excitement over a possible end to the writers’ strike soon, Writers Guild and AMPTP insiders say “there’s still a possibility this thing could get fucked.”
  5. strike zone
    Letterman Set to Return Thanks to WGA’s Plan to Bypass AMPTPWhy doesn’t everyone do this?
  6. strike zone
    Fake AMPTP Website Actually Pretty Funny, Despite Nikki Finke’s RecommendationThe official Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers Website is located at amptp.org, but today Vulture buddy Nikki Finke points us to amptp.com where some Writers Guild cutups have set up a fake site.
  7. the early-evening news
    So, How Bad Will ‘The Golden Compass’ Flop This Weekend?Plus: Guess who died!
  8. strike zone
    Is the End Nigh for the Writers’ Strike?Maybe! But we doubt it.
  9. strike zone
    Are Things Finally Looking Up for Our Picketing Entertainers?Yes!
  10. countdown
    Hollywood Labor Update: Writers Strike Called!After a last-minute offer from the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers failed to materialize before the Writers Guild’s contract expired Wednesday, WGA leaders last night announced plans to strike last night.
  11. countdown
    Hollywood Labor Update: Writers Guild Contract Expires! Strike Imminent!Writers Guild contract negotiations broke down last night before the midnight deadline, presumably so members of the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers could go trick-or-treating.
  12. countdown
    Hollywood Labor Update: Writers Strike Delayed?Today’s the big day! The Writers Guild’s contract expires at midnight tonight, which means they have only a few short hours to negotiate a new one with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers before a strike is called and Hollywood crumbles into the Pacific Ocean, never to be heard from again.