Two months into the Writers Guild of America strike and the agencies and awards ceremonies are feeling the pinch.
ICM has reportedly laid off a handful of agents from its motion picture literary department, and, along with UTA, has instituted pay cuts for top-level agents and execs, according to Variety.
The music business could soon see the effects of the strike, too.
Following the cancellation of the Golden Globes, the 50th Grammy Awards, scheduled for February 10th, is facing the possibility of a writer, actor, and tech worker-free fête.
That could also mean, according to Variety, many musicians will not cross the picket lines of other artists.