From mini rooms to streaming, things have changed since the last big writers’ strike

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The Writers Guild of America is on strike, in its first work stoppage since 2007-2008. In that strike, writers demonstrated in front of the Fox studio in Los Angeles.

From “mini rooms” to the explosion of streaming, the media landscape has evolved significantly. Now it’s heading for a new reckoning.

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