Thousands of Writers Fire Their Agents After Talks With Talent Agencies Fall Flat

After the Writers Guild of America (WGA) and Association of Talent Agents (ATA) failed to negotiate a new contract, thousands of writers have officially fired their agents. The WGA ordered its 15 thousand-plus members to do so after the ATA refused to adhere to the WGA's new Code of Conduct, which asks talent agents to … Continue reading Thousands of Writers Fire Their Agents After Talks With Talent Agencies Fall Flat

Simply Put: Why Writers And Talent Agents Are Clashing & What It Could Mean For Hollywood

After forty years, the contract that has been governing business between the Writers Guild of America, the WGA, and the Association of Talent Agents, or ATA, was set to expire at 12:01 am Sunday. Unfortunately, the two guilds are currently at odds with each other and have yet to reach a new deal. So why … Continue reading Simply Put: Why Writers And Talent Agents Are Clashing & What It Could Mean For Hollywood