Wednesday, December 19, 2007

Entrepreneurs join writers strike


Long after other unions like the Teamsters have shown their support for the WGA, the Entrepreneurs Guild of America has finally joined the strike.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Entrepreneur's Guild? WTF kind of joke is that? Let's show compassion for a group and make money doing it with dues and fees and we'll call it a guild! Get real, entrepreneurials like myself don't need a guild or union or association - we're independant of all the politics of the corporate world for a reason - we didn't like it when we worked for the corporate world and broke loose to do it our way. This "guild" is likely there for their name to be on camera and in news stories anyway and I doubt they could give a sh__ about the writer's...just popular and easy PR for them.

bogey 2081 said...

If you people really earned the money your paid why do most of you need writers........Lack of real talent? PAY the writers, give them what they want, they deserve it, because alot of you get paid the money you do because you read someone elses writing.

Anonymous said...

the writers deserve money
you old producers

Alger Hiss said...

the writers were getting money.