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Hollywood Agencies Enjoy A Victory In Clash With WGA

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The Writers Guild of America West building. (Andy Nystrom/Flickr Creative Commons)
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On KPCC’s The Frame, I've been covering the dispute between talent agencies and the Writers Guild of America for over a year now.

This morning I spoke with sources about the latest developments. A federal judge has ruled that the three big agencies don’t operate like mobsters in a TV crime series.

But Hollywood agents aren’t exactly seeing a happy ending for their other problems.

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