WGA and AMPTP set negotiation schedule

(A powerful display of WGA and SAG-AFTRA solidarity on Netflix and Warner Bros. Discovery HQ’s doorsteps in NYC on 9/14)

The Writers Guild of America (WGA) and the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers (AMPTP) have officially confirmed their negotiation schedule for the upcoming week. Negotiations are set to commence on Wednesday, marking a significant step in addressing the concerns of writers in the industry.

According to a statement sent to Guild members, it is possible that during the negotiation period, there may be limited communication from both parties as they engage in discussions. However, it is important to understand that the primary focus during this time is to reach a fair and equitable agreement for writers in the industry as swiftly as possible.

The WGA and AMPTP will provide updates when there are substantial developments to report, ensuring that writers and industry stakeholders remain informed about the progress of the negotiations.


In the meantime, the WGA encourages its members to continue to demonstrate their commitment and unity by actively participating in picket lines. By doing so, writers advocate for their own interests and stand in solidarity with fellow writers, members of SAG-AFTRA, and other unions’ members. Additionally, their actions show support for the broader community that is affected by the ongoing strikes.

As negotiations progress, the WGA remains dedicated to representing the interests of its members and working toward a resolution that benefits all parties involved. Further updates will be provided as developments unfold, keeping the industry informed about the outcomes of these crucial negotiations.

The strike began on May 2 and could become the longest in WGA history if it continues past October 4. The AMPTP has not resumed talks with SAG-AFTRA, which also went on strike on July 14, marking the first time in 63 years that both unions have been on strike simultaneously.

For Reel 360 News’ full strike coverage, click here.

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