BIPOC Writers: People Of Color Not Getting Fair Shot In Late-Night

“We need to enter an era where people of color… are given the same kind of chance to find their voice and find the show’s voice and find that audience,” WGA member Greg Iwinski says.

Study Finds Racial Disparity In Writers’ Compensation, Showrunner Opportunities

Think Tank for Inclusion and Equity’s survey of 875-plus working TV writers revealed inequities in compensation, promotion and opportunity.

Writers Mutiny At ‘All Rise,’ The Rare CBS Show With A Black Female Lead

Top Showrunner Salaries Hit ‘Another Peak’

Rank-and-file scribes may be struggling, but at the other end of the spectrum, superstar showrunners like Shonda Rhimes and Greg Berlanti are commanding more money than ever with increasing regularity (with J.J. Abrams on deck for as much as half a billion dollars).

CBS, CW, AMC Have ‘Black Problem’ In Writers

Just 4.8% Of TV Writers Are Black, Study Finds