‘Fashion Police’ Strike: E! Network Says It’s Ready to Bargain With Writers Guild

E! Entertainment Network said Wednesday that it is prepared to begin negotiations with the Writers Guild over the eight striking “Fashion Police” writers who have been on strike since April.

The writers had asked the network to recognize the Writers Guild of America West as their bargaining representative, but the Comcast-owned network insisted that an NLRB election be held first, so they walked.

“We are pleased that Fashion Police writers got the opportunity to vote in an election sanctioned by the NLRB on representation in collective bargaining by the WGA, and we continue to believe that the secret ballot election was vital to protecting the rights of all Fashion Police writers,” the network said in a statement to TheWrap.  Read More...



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