“Representatives from Worldwide Pants and the Writers Guild of America, West and the Writers Guild of America, East met today in Los Angeles. A lively exchange of information took place. The WGAW and WGAE will not comment further,” according to a WGA statement. here’s what Rob Burnett, president/CEO of Worldwide Pants and longtime executive producer of The Late Show With David Letterman, said: “We had a substantive discussion today with the WGA and look forward to continuing these talks next week.”
WGA Met With Reps For Worldwide Pants
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