A WGA executive points out the following to me:

Unlike every other article posted online today about the announcement of the 2011 Writers Guild Awards TV nominations,  E! Online (part of E! network owned by Comcast Entertainment Group) decided to delete all of the nominated writers’ names in their article.  Is this how Comcast feels about WGA members/writers and their contributions to quality TV programming? Do you think this has anything to do with CEG’s own resistance to bargain in good faith with Comcast writers currently working for E!, Style, and G4 who’ve asked Comcast to enter into talks with the Guild?