Writer’s strikes have become a regular occurrence in recent years.
The reason is because of what writers perceive as unfair treatment from the producers and writers of TV shows.
A new report from the Writers Guild of America states that the writers strike has become a routine occurrence in 2017.
The report says that since January 1, 2017, there have been more than 2,500 strikes, with 1,500 of those in the TV industry.
Of the 2,400 strikes, about half are in the television industry.
The other half are at the small independent producers, and they account for less than 1 percent of the TV writers strike force.
The Writers Guild also says that there have already been at least three times the number of strikes that were planned in 2017, as the number in the past has been around 40 strikes per year.
According to the report, the strike season has been particularly bad in the short-term.
The guild says that writers are being pushed to the brink of bankruptcy by production companies who are demanding a minimum amount of pay for each day of work.
There are also concerns about the lack of protection that the union is getting from the union.
The union’s president, Jim Oberstar, said that the strike is becoming more and more of a crisis for TV writers because of the amount of pressure the writers face.
Oberstar is the co-founder of The Writers Union of America, which represents the writers of AMC’s “Breaking Bad.”
Oberstar said that many writers are not getting the pay they are owed.
He added that there is a lot of misinformation about the strike, saying that writers don’t want to talk to the press and that they don’t have the support that they need to negotiate.
He said that they want to negotiate with the producers, but it is not going to be easy.
OberStar added that the Writers Union is trying to get a union contract on the books for TV in 2018.
He also said that there are many problems with the current negotiations, including the fact that they are not being negotiated with the network.
“We have a lot that we want, but we need to get paid.
That’s what we are working to do,” Oberstar added.
Oberst also said there are no guarantees in place to keep the strike from happening again.
“I think we are in a time when there are a lot more opportunities than there are time slots that are available for television to have a strike, but I think that writers and producers are frustrated,” Oberst said.
According for the writers guild, the writers’ strike is the latest attempt to get better pay for TV producers and studios.
It has been estimated that the TV strike is responsible for an additional $1 billion in lost revenue to the TV and movie industry in 2017 alone.
It is also a reminder that even the biggest names in Hollywood are not always able to take care of their employees.
It’s not only Hollywood that is experiencing a writers’ revolt.
The Associated Press has reported that the CW Television Network is facing a strike at the beginning of the month.