Howard Suber

Founding Director of the Producers Program, UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television

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Founding Director of the Producers Program at the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television and author of The Power of Film

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With writers and others  marching  with picket signs outside their doors, major studios are planning to suspend long-term  production deals  with so-called "showrunners."

Writers' Strike Update

With writers and others marching with picket signs outside their doors, major studios are planning to suspend long-term production deals with so-called "showrunners."

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