The Strike Zone: The latest news, blogs & photos on the WGA strike

(Spencer Weiner / Los Angeles Times) Board members embrace moments before a press conference announcing the potential end to the WGA strike. More photos

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  • What's making writers and studios so nervous

    What's making writers and studios so nervous

    The union says it won't be shortchanged on new media as it was with DVDs. But no one's sure of future dollars.

  • Group prays for an end to writers strike

    Christians attending the annual National Media Prayer Breakfast appeal to the almighty for a fast and fair settlement.

  • Writers, studios to resume talks, sources say

    Hollywood's film and TV writers and major studios have agreed to go back to the negotiating table on Nov. 26 in hopes of ending a bruising strike that began two weeks ago, according to two people familiar with the matter. Writers, however, haven't agreed to put down their picket signs. They will...

  • Web series' timing is prime

    The money, ambition and Hollywood pedigrees behind the Web-only dramatic video series "Quarterlife" brought the effort accolades even before its debut this month.Now that three eight-minute episodes have aired, it appears that "Quarterlife" was too good to stay confined to the Web -- at least at...

  • Directors uncertain about their contract talks

    The guild doesn't want to undermine striking writers by starting negotiations with studios.

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