After 148 days on strike, writers of movies and television are returning to work on Wednesday
with an agreement in hand that amounts to a major win for organized labor in Hollywood.
John Koblin, a media reporter for The Times, explains why the studios acquiesced to writers’ demands and what the deal means for the future of American entertainment.
Guest: John Koblin, a media reporter for The New York Times.
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