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Strike settlement talks progress

The Writers Guild has informed its members that it is close to nailing down a contract agreement with studios. "We anticipate that we will be able to present the terms of that agreement to you in the next few days,'' the Guild said in a letter to its members. "In order to have a full discussion with you of the terms and how they were reached, and in order to get your input before making recommendations or decisions, we have scheduled membership meetings for current-active members only for this Saturday, February 9, in New York and Los Angeles." Of course, any agreement would have to be ratified by the Guild's members, and there are a lot of hotheads among them.

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