Best Live TV Streaming Services in 2020

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We know, we know, most of you have read a million articles recommending streaming services. But one of the hard facts of life is that it often takes a pounding before we get off our duffs and act. So if that little extra push is what you need, maybe this video will do the trick.

And if not, guess what? We’ve found a whole ‘nuther article to go along with it. All you have to do to read it is CLICK HERE.

How to trick people into thinking you’re good looking

Regular TVWriter™ visitors may recall a certain editor who variously called himself Muncher or muncher or Munchman or munchman or even Tim Muncher in his earliest days here.

Tim is still a great TVWriter™ friend and total bud to our Beloved Leader LB. He’s just too busy being amazingly cool, rich, talented, and successful to mess around with this site anymore.

Recently, this TVWriter™ minion (who, for whatever it may be worth to y’all, is female) got to talking with the munchy one and asked a question that I may regret to the end of my days. The convo went like this: read article

How Do Stars of Hit TV Shows Get Cast?

Ever wondered how your favorite, or least favorite, TV hero got cast? One of this TVWriter™ minion’s faves fills us in.

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More Good News on the Agent Front for the Writers Guild of America

Lately, the tide of battle in the WGA’s war on packaging fees and other violations of fiduciary duty by large talent agencies has been turning our (yes, “our,” as in “The writers’) way. Most recent case in point:

Judge Allows Writers Guild to Seek an Injunction Over Packaging Fees
by Eriq Gardner

The Writers Guild of America is on a roll in its war over the packaging fees that talent agencies collect for lining up most of the talent in a television series. Having recently scored agreements with UTA and ICM that include a stipulation to end packaging fee practices by 2022, the WGA convinced a California federal judge on Wednesday to allow it to proceed with legal claims against CAA and WME. What’s more, the guild will be able to pursue injunctive relief. read article

Is this the future of TV writing?

Of course television writers’ relationship with Zoom is love-hate. So’s our relationship with television! And writing! And…

But we digress. Here’s the video:

And a well done related article too: read article