Monday, December 17, 2007

the late night TV heroes

It seems that David Letterman's Worldwide Pants production company is the first the try to reach a deal with the WGA. Although CBS has issued a statement saying that they have no part in the deal, hopefully it will be like dominoes from here. According to the New York Times, John Stewart is following suit. This could be amazing news for workers *and soon-to-be-interns* in Hollywood. Once one studio starts negotiating, the rest won't be too far behind. As long as the strike ends by January, I'll be happy.

I don't have to worry too much, though, as I've already secured one of my required two internships. YAY! *Skips around the room.* It's a design internship, too, which is amazing, since most internships in LA involve a lot of general office work.

In other news, there has been snow. Lots of snow. And there will be more snow when I'm supposed to travel on Friday. But I've taken it as an opportunity to work on my website. The changes, which all live in the "Fun Extras" section, will most likely be going public tonight.

Next step: re-learn Flash.

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