Hollywood Writers and Media Workers are Fighting the Same Fight

AI, lower wages, and less opportunities: the WGA strike sounds familiar.

by | May 9, 2023

  Andie Ngeleka thought that TV writing would bring the stability she couldn’t find while working in digital media. For two years, she wrote as a contractor for Into, a queer outlet once owned by Grindr. During that time, Ngeleka experienced a dynamic many media workers know all too well: despite developing connections with editors […]

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