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'Survivor' editors walk off the job in labor dispute
'Survivor' editors walk off the job in labor dispute

The post-production crew of "Survivor" has halted work on the hit reality TV series because of a labor dispute. The Motion Picture Editors Guild said Wednesday that about two dozen Santa Monica-based post-production workers "voted themselves off the job" at Mark Burnett's Island Post Productions Inc., saying no editorial work would resume on the series until the company agrees to a union contract. At the time of the work stoppage, post-production work was underway on the 90-minute premiere of Season 29 of the long-running CBS series, which has been scheduled to air on Sept. 24, the union said. The series has been filming in Nicaragua. “This wildly...

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