Triumph, the Insult Comic Dog, speaks at the WGA East Awards about the end of the strike: I’m told the agreement was met with some controversy, but I believe that the overwhelming majority of the guild is relieved to stop striking and getting back to being out of work… We had to get an agreement […]
Looks like the WGA might be going back to work. Maybe.
I’m probably the billionth person to post this video about the strike by the writers of “The Daily Show,” but there are two good reasons for you to see it here. It explains the hi-larious hypocrisy of the CEOs of the studios who refuse to pay writers for their work on the Internet. It’s free.
News Corp.’s profits up this quarter, primarily because of… wait for it… “The Simpsons” and other TV shows and movies. They pocketed $362 million from box office and DVD sales in the last three months alone. These are the same guys crying poverty when they come to the table in the WGA strike. Of course, […]