New Picket Times & Locations!

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Last week kicked off the first week of the Writers Guild strike, and-- as we head into Week #2-- the picketing promises to get more fierce. Here's the latest update from the WGA on picket times and locations. Please note that daily picketing shifts have changed from 9-to-5 to the following unless noted otherwise:

6AM – 10AM
10AM – 2PM

The earlier times are intended to help keep the Teamsters, who often arrive early in the morning, from crossing the picket lines.

For the week of November 12, please report to the following locations:

CBS RADFORD STUDIOS
*Picketing Shifts: 6am-3pm ONLY AT CBS RADFORD
4024 Radford Avenue
Studio City, CA 91604
Meeting Point: In front of Main Gate on Radford Ave.
Parking Option: Street parking around site.

CBS TELEVISION CITY
7800 Beverly Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90036
Meeting Point: Genesee Avenue Gate
Parking Option: Streets North of Beverly Blvd or Grove Parking Structure

DISNEY STUDIOS
500 S Buena Vista Street
Burbank, California 91521
Meeting Point: Meet west of the main gate on Alameda
Parking Option: Neighborhood streets east of Disney (Parkside Dr.)

FOX STUDIOS
10301 W Pico Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90064
Meeting Point: Main Gate on Motor Ave. & Pico Blvd.
Parking Option: On Motor Ave near Cheviot Recreation Center or Century City Mall. Cheviot Hills Recreational Center Parking Lot, off Motor Ave (LA Parks and Rec); walkable to Fox Lot.

NBC BURBANK
*Picketing Shifts: 9am-1pm & 1pm-5pm ONLY AT NBC BURBANK
3000 W Alameda Ave
Burbank, CA
Meeting Point: Under the Johnny Carson sign - in the park
Parking Option: Street parking on California

PROSPECT STUDIOS
4151 Prospect Ave
Los Angeles, CA
Meeting Point: Main Gate on Prospect Ave
Parking Option: Street parking on Prospect Ave.

PARAMOUNT STUDIOS / RALEIGH STUDIOS HOLLYWOOD
5555 Melrose Ave. & 5300 Melrose Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90038 Meeting Point: Windsor Gate
Parking Option: Streets south of Melrose

SONY PICTURES STUDIOS
10202 W. Washington Blvd
Culver City, CA 90232
Meeting Point: Gate 5 – Main Gate
Parking Option: Streets SW Corner of Studio (Culver & Overland). Culver City veterans park (across the Street from Sony Studios (Walking Distance) over 200 Parking spaces in Public Park Lot)

UNIVERSAL STUDIOS
100 Universal City Plaza
Universal City, CA 91608
Meeting Point: Meet at the Metro stop on Lankersheim & Campo de Cahuenga (NW corner)

WARNER BROS. STUDIOS
4000 Warner Boulevard
Burbank, CA 91522
Meeting Place: Gate 2-3 on Olive
Parking Option: Street parking around studio

WGAW members: If you have not been contacted before Monday morning by your Strike Captain with your confirmed shift and location, please report to a either a morning shift or afternoon shift (as noted above) at any picket line location. Make sure to sign-in upon your arrival to each picket site. If you do not now have a Strike Captain, please ask your Picket Captain to assign one to you.

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