Hollywood writer's strike reaches Chicago, demands of higher pay and AI provisions
CHICAGO - The Hollywood writer's strike has arrived in Chicago.
The Chicago Federation of Labor and the Writer's Guild of America held a rally outside NBC Tower on Wednesday.
The writers are demanding higher pay, a stable pay structure, and provisions regarding artificial intelligence in their contracts. They marched in solidarity with their counterparts in California.
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The Writer's Guild of America East represents almost 100 writers in the Chicago area, while the national organization consists of approximately 11,000 writers.