McNary, Dave
July 2006
Daily Variety;7/28/2006, Vol. 292 Issue 18, p1
Trade Publication
The article reports on the involvement of the Writers Guild of America West Inc. in the protest of writers of the "America's Next Top Model" against CW network in Los Angeles, California. Spokesman Gabriel Scott claims that they will continue their protest until the writers will be offered a deal by the network. The writers protested on their lack of pension and health care benefits.


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