1981 Writers Guild of America strike

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The 1981 Writers Guild of America strike was a 3-month strike action taken to establish compensation in the then-new markets of "pay TV" and home video.[1] Most scripted television series seasons started much later than originally planned as a result.

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  1. ^ Evanier, Mark (November 20, 2007). "A Writer's Tale Of Picket Lines Past". CBS News. Retrieved February 22, 2015.