The most contentious issue, staffing minimums, also hurt support staff too, as both sides tell me
Great piece as always. Interesting linked article from Vanity Fair, but it asserts the strike will be LONGER if SAG-AFTRA and/or DGA also strike, which I’ve also seen suggested by McNulty. I don’t understand this. Wouldn’t having more of your workforce on strike and thus being able to produce less, thereby losing more money, cause the AMPTP to come back with a better offer quicker? Is this company propaganda seeping in or am I missing something?