WGA Success: How #WGAStaffingBoost Could Change How Writers Do Business

“People think there’s only one way to do things…The #WGAStaffingBoost is great because is opens another avenue for a new way to do business,” ‘Vida’ staff writer Taylor Orci tells TheWrap

When members of the Writers Guild of America began firing their agents as part of the guild’s ongoing dispute with Hollywood talent agents in April, one question lingered on the tips of many tongues in Hollywood: How will writers find work?

Twitter quickly emerged as a marketplace for writers in all stages of their careers to gain support, information, and even jobs. On April 10, three days before writers were asked to fire their agents, “Into the Badlands” and “The Walking Dead” writer LaToya Morgan started the Twitter hashtag #WGAStaffingBoost.

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Trey Williams

Trey Williams

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