Writers Strike News Roundup: Thurs., Dec. 27

Dec 27, 2007  •  Post A Comment

Studio Stocks Hold Steady Despite Strike
Studios haven’t been affected on Wall Street, with stocks remaining fairly consistent since the beginning of the writers strike in early November, Daily Variety reports.
Media stocks were already in the cellar, as traders weren’t convinced by studio hype regarding a digital revolution right around the corner, the newspaper reports.
Writers Bolster PR Help
Bill Carrick and Kam Kuwata, Democratic public relations veterans, were tapped by the Writers Guild of America for PR and strategic help regarding the writers strike, Daily Variety reports.
The two were brought on earlier in December, helping to stage the WGA’s Dec. 19 meeting at Los Angeles City Hall, the newspaper says.
Both said they were willing to work with the WGA for as long as it takes, the newspaper reports.
Andrew Krukowski


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