Posted in: Movies, streaming, TV | Tagged: amptp, SAG-AFTRA, wga, writers’ strike
Representatives from the Writers Guild of America (WGA) and the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers (AMPTP) held a meeting today to discuss ongoing issues. Although the meeting was described as “a little stiff, but not so tense that near-term negotiations are impossible,” there are still two significant TV-related issues that have yet to be resolved.
Despite the efforts to maintain open communication, the WGA remains steadfast in their stance on setting minimum staffing levels and guaranteed employment weeks for episodic television series. These issues have been known to be contentious for the AMPTP in the past, and it is unclear if their position has since changed. Additionally, a new issue of contention has arisen surrounding the writers’ commitment to honor the SAG-AFTRA strike and picket lines, potentially further complicating negotiations. No comments have been made by representatives from both sides regarding these matters.
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