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A dozen reality TV producers go on strike and threaten to change the balance of power between all TV writers and the networks they work for.  Also, in Hollywood, make-up is hard to do.

Are Reality Producers Writers?; Make-up Is Hard to Do

A dozen reality TV producers go on strike and threaten to change the balance of power between all TV writers and the networks they work for.  Also, in Hollywood, make-up is hard to do.

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