Six key members of the California State Legislature have expressed strong support for the WGA campaign to realign talent agents’ economic incentives with those of the writers they represent.
The WGAW today issued the following statement in response to FCC Commissioners’ support of the proposed T-Mobile/Sprint merger.
As part of its ongoing efforts to call attention to discrimination and promote diversity in the entertainment industry, the WGAW has released its first Inclusion Report Card for the 2017-18 TV staffing season.
The WGA today filed a lawsuit in Los Angeles Superior Court seeking to establish that talent agency packaging fees are illegal under both California and federal law.
The Writers Guild of America West today issued the following statement regarding the Save the Internet Act.
WGA issued the following statement today regarding the announcement that Endeavor is planning an initial public offering.
A new report from the WGA sheds light on how the $3 billion in investments into Hollywood’s largest talent agencies, William Morris Endeavor and Creative Artists Agency, is upending Hollywood talent representation.
The WGAW has announced its 2019 TV Writer Access Project honorees: 21 diverse writers whose work has been cited by a committee of high-level writers and showrunners in Comedy (Half-Hour) and Drama (One-Hour) script categories.
The WGAW and the WGAE tonight announced the winners of the 2019 Writers Guild Awards.
The WGAW has announced its initial talent line-up of presenters scheduled to appear at the 2019 Writers Guild Awards West Coast ceremony