Production of movies, TV shows and commercials in Los Angeles during the first quarter were down 23% because of the Writers Guild of America strike, and continued below normal even after the work stoppage ended, the Hollywood Reporter says. The strike ran from early November to mid-February, but FilmLA says permits to film were below normal levels at the end of March.
L.A. Still Suffering After Strike
Apr 25, 2008 • Post A Comment