WGA vs. CAA Update

Here at TVWriter™ we’re finding CAA’s attitude, as indicated by the language in their communication with the Writers Guild of America, troubling, to say the least.

As Larry Brody said yesterday while reading the email that follows, “These differences clearly would have been ironed out long ago – still could be – if CAA had acts in good faith.” read article

Last Week’s Most Important Cord Cutting Developments

Cord Cutters News gives us the latest on the cord cutting front. Roku OS 9.4 Hands-On, HBO Max Preview, New Tablo Gear & More

Cord Cutters Video Channel: https://twitter.com/CordCuttersNews
Cord Cutters Web Site: http://cordcuttersnews.com read article

Latest on WGAW Connect

What has our Writers Guild done for us lately?

Glad you asked because the Guild has a wonderful answer in Writers Connect, a short newsletter members get every week. (See? Another good reason to bust your butt to qualify and join.)

Not Remotely Easy

Three limited series—Love in the Time of Corona, Connecting…, and Social Distance—take on the pandemic in form, substance, and real time. Only in the latest Written By Web Extra. read article

Last Week’s Most Important Cord Cutting Developments

Cord Cutters News gives us the latest on the cord cutting front. Roku Earnings, Spectrum Price Hike, T-Mobile Trouble, and More!

Cord Cutters Video Channel: https://twitter.com/CordCuttersNews
Cord Cutters Web Site: http://cordcuttersnews.com read article

‘P’s in a Pod’ & the Making of a TV Show

This pilot for the YouTube series P’s in a Pod is so damn cute it makes Felicia Day’s masterpiece The Guild look like The Watchmen. Yes, that’s a recommendation.

And here’s a charming article about the making of P’s in a Pod,  which will make you wish you were working on the show. For reals: read article