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Hollywood Writers Strike #887247

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Jan 12, 2008
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(Studio: Tony Harris) Report introduced.

(Hollywood: Kareen Wynter) The trickle-down effect of the writers strike with the cancellation of the Golden Globes awards show featured; scenes shown of the picket lines. [“Variety” executive editor Steven GAYDOS†- says there will be no actors at the Golden Globes.] [Jewelry and style expert Michael O’CONNOR†, “Variety” editor-in-chief Peter BART†, WOMAN - note the impact on jewelry designers and manufacturers, formal wear rentals, party planners.] [Los Angeles County Economic Development Corp. Jack KYSER†- says it is rippling out collateral damage on the southern California economy.] [Feinstein-McGinnis P.R. owner Kari FEINSTEIN†- describes alternate plans to benefit the Writers Guild.]

(Studio: Tony Harris) Tomorrow’s coverage of the Golden Globes announcements on "Larry King Live" noted.

Reporter(s):
Harris, Tony;
Wynter, Kareen
Duration:
00:03:00

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