Hollywood writers vote to approve contract deal that ended strike as actors negotiate

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Hollywood writers have voted virtually unanimously to approve the contract settlement reached by their union leaders that ended a strike after almost 5 months, whereas actors stay in negotiations to discover a manner out of their very own strike.

The Writers Guild of America introduced Monday that 99% of the 8,525 members who solid ballots voted to ratify the deal.

The settlement was extensively touted as a win by leaders, and extensively praised by members, with main positive factors in cost, dimension of present staffs and management of synthetic intelligence in scripts. The results of the vote taken over the previous week was by no means actually doubtful.