Angelina Burnett

TV writer and producer, WGA West Board Member

TV writer and producer, WGA West Board Member

Angelina Burnett on KCRW

In April, thousands of Writers Guild members were ordered to fire their agents, in large part because agencies refused to do away with packaging fees.

As the WGA standoff with agencies continues, two views on the Guild election

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