Entertainment executives strive to break industry stalemate in 143-day strike

22.09.2023 posted by Admin

Entertainment industry negotiations. Seeking resolution

On the second day of negotiations, four top executives from the entertainment industry returned to the discussion table to engage in talks with the Writers Guild of America. This comes amid a 143-day strike, and the entire industry is eagerly awaiting signs of progress that could potentially lead to a resolution.

Insiders have reported that the major studios put forward proposals and changes across various aspects, with the hope that these moves would break the current deadlock. However, it remains uncertain whether the Writers Guild leadership will view the latest offerings and adjustments from the AMPTP as meeting the writers' demands.

The chief executive officers who participated in this session, held in Sherman Oaks, included Disney's Bob Iger, Warner Bros. Discovery's David Zaslav, NBCUniversal's Donna Langley, and Netflix's Ted Sarandos.
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