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John Koblin
TV reporter, The New York Times
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Sarah Lyall Apr 18
Conan O’Brien nerds out with Robert Caro, and is there to record it all, which is lucky for us, since we get this delight of a piece:
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John Koblin Apr 17
Replying to @StuartEmmrich
Ranked: 1a and 1b
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John Koblin Apr 17
Replying to @jswatz
Call me old fashioned
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John Koblin Apr 17
It's true. The much awaited Conan-Caro get-together came thisclose to getting called off. Caro told me "He’s never going to believe it, if I said the flight got canceled."
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John Koblin Apr 17
Replying to @koblin
Why should you care? That's a fine question. But in case you do, this has been a long time in the making:
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John Koblin Apr 17
Replying to @koblin
Conan O'Brien finally met Robert Caro
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John Koblin Apr 17
Replying to @koblin
The lawsuit centers around packaging fees. More TK soon but here's a bit more on the WGA v. the major Hollywood talent agencies
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John Koblin Apr 17
JUST IN: WGA announces it has filed a lawsuit against major talent agencies
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John Koblin Apr 16
This happened tonight. More TK
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Lucas Shaw Apr 16
Netflix posted its best quarter ever, but investors are more concerned with its forecast for the future. Our story:
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John Koblin Apr 15
Replying to @koblin
On television (watching it the old-fashioned way), 11.8 million watched the THRONES premiere, narrowly missing the record mark, per Nielsen. 12.1 million watched the season 7 finale.
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John Koblin Apr 15
Season premiere of GAME OF THRONES had a combined 17.4 million viewers (including digital stats) last night, setting a new record. 16.9 million watched the THRONES season 7 finale, HBO says.
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Lesley Goldberg Apr 15
New: & will return to HBO in 2020 alongside and . Jordan Peele & J.J. Abrams’ , Joss Whedon’s & Abrams’ (formerly ‘Demimonde’) all still TBD:
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Andy Dehnart Apr 14
Major scoop from : the long-awaited all-winner season of Survivor will be happening.
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John Koblin Apr 12
Replying to @koblin
TV/movie writers and Hollywood talent agents are going to war. Here's my full story
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John Koblin Apr 12
Replying to @koblin
Here is the form letter that writers have been instructed to sign and date in order to fire their agents:
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John Koblin Apr 12
Replying to @koblin
Talent agents respond: "Today’s outcome was driven by the Guild’s predetermined course for chaos." Here is their statement
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John Koblin Apr 12
JUST IN: The WGA informs its members that "there is no settlement." It appears *likely* that some 13,000 TV and movie writers will fire their agents en masse in the coming days. Note that just went out:
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John Koblin Apr 12
Replying to @koblin
If a deal is not reached by midnight tonite, the WGA will tell thousands of TV and movie writers to fire their agents:
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John Koblin Apr 12
The WGA and talent agents are 13.5 hours away from their extended deadline. And how are the talks going? Glad you asked! The agents' law firm just fired off this shot across the bow:
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