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After 146 days, WGA has reached a tentative deal with Hollywood studios, which is one of the steps need to get film and television production going again. Needham & Co. Senior Analyst Laura Martin explains how strikes could impact the volume of content that streaming services produce. “Wall Street is demanding they.. move to profitability faster,” Martin says. For streamers, this could mean cutting down seasons by filming fewer episodes—“less content spending”, as Martin notes. Martin expects consolidation in the industry, which will help “get rid of duplicative costs.” In regards to smaller streamers, Martin states that due to large competitors such as Amazon (AMZN) and Netflix (NFLX) “there’s no advantage to being small.” For more expert insight and the latest market action, click her...
The labor strikes that have crippled Hollywood for the last five months may finally be coming to an end. A [tentative deal](https://www.wsj.com/business/media/hollywood-writers-reach-agreement-with-studios-streamers-to-end-strike-57fb5dd?mod=hp_lead_pos5) between the Writers Guild of America and the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers was announced Sunday night. The deal is still being finalized and will need to be ratified by union members, and a separate deal still needs to be reached with the Screen Actors Guild before [production on most TV shows and movies](https://www.wsj.com/articles/streaming-brought-hollywood-to-a-standstill-now-comes-the-pain-3afcbb68) can resume.
(Bloomberg) -- It’s time for Act 2 in Hollywood’s long summer of labor trouble: getting actors back to work.Most Read from BloombergIndians Have Five Days to Deposit $3 Billion in Soon-to-Be-Withdrawn BanknotesBonds Sink, S&P 500 Snaps Four-Day Losing Streak: Markets WrapIndia-Canada Clash Should Be a Wake-Up CallCostco Offers Members $29 Online Health Care VisitsChinese Gold Buying Is Driving a Paradigm Shift in BullionStriking Hollywood writers reached a new labor agreement with studios includ
The Writer's Guild of America (WGA) and the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers (AMPTP) have reached a tentative agreement. Alex Weprin, Media and Business Writer for the Hollywood Reporter, tells Yahoo Finance Live that late-night shows are expected to resume production within the next few weeks. However, the resumption of scripted movies and TV shows is going to depend more on a resolution in the ongoing strike by the Screen Actors Guild - American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (SAG-AFTRA). The primary issues revolve around AI and streaming, as SAG-AFTRA asserts that compensation should be on par with what they receive for traditional linear television programs. For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode of ...
Wall Street was mixed as Hollywood writers reached a tentative deal to end a strike action.
A tentative deal has been reached between the Writers Guild of America (WGA) and major studios, including Disney (DIS) and Netflix (NFLX). Picket lines have been put on pause as writers await a vote on the deal's conditions, which may include or guarantee residual payments tied to streaming data and creative control amid the growing popularity of AI. Bloomberg Intelligence Media Analyst Geetha Ranganathan joins Yahoo Finance to discuss the impact this tentative deal could have on streamers and TV networks. Ranganathan outlines how studios fared during this year's writers' strike, stating TV networks and talk show productions took "the real hit." Ranganathan notes the potential end to the strike has "major positive implications for the ecosystem at large," with studios now able to see an...
Investing.com -- U.S. stocks are wobbling on Monday, as investors headed toward the end of the third quarter still reeling from last week’s hawkish Federal Reserve meeting.
A deal would put an end to some of the uncertainty media stocks have been facing amid Hollywood's double strike.
Disney does not want to wear its politics on its sleeve. Walt Disney by simply showing that not all people are white and straight while telling stories about diverse groups including a variety of religions runs the risk of being labeled as "woke" by conservatives. The right-wing presidential candidate has repeatedly accused Disney of "sexualizing children."