Carl Di Orio

Labor editor at the Hollywood Reporter

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David Letterman's  Worldwide Pants  was the first TV producer to  make a deal  with striking writers.  Today,  United Artists  confirmed the first Writers Guild  agreement  with a…

Writers Strike: Jon Stewart Back on, Golden Globes May Be off, UA Cuts Deal with WGA

David Letterman's Worldwide Pants was the first TV producer to make a deal with striking writers.  Today, United Artists confirmed the first Writers Guild agreement with a…

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