Hollywood Writers and Studios End Months-Long Strike – What's Next?

– The Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers and the Writers Guild of America will resume negotiations next week.

– The strike by Hollywood writers has been ongoing for four and a half months.

The strike is primarily about issues related to pay, job security 

– and the regulation of artificial intelligence in the industry.

The last negotiation talks took place three weeks ago, 

– and a previous attempt to restart talks failed.

– California lawmakers have voted to allow striking workers to claim unemployment benefits.

The Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers represents studios 

– streaming services, and production companies in union negotiations.