Neal Sacharow

Writers Guild of America, West

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Editorial Director of the Writers Guild of America, West

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The Business producer Darby Maloney talks with Eliza Skinner and Jackie Beat, two of the writers who walked out on strike off of E!'s  Fashion Police  in April.

'Fashion Police' Writers Strike

The Business producer Darby Maloney talks with Eliza Skinner and Jackie Beat, two of the writers who walked out on strike off of E!'s  Fashion Police in April.

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