Talks stall again as actors strike enters 13th week

Friedman, Wayne; Goetzl, David; Petrecca, Laura; Cuneo., Alice Z.
July 2000
Advertising Age;7/24/2000, Vol. 71 Issue 31, p3
Trade Publication
Reports on developments in the strike of television commercial actors against advertisers. Speculation that actors will film commercials discreetly; Rush of advertisers to film commercials for the fall 2000 television season; Public comments of Adam Carolla concerning the strike.


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