SNTA comments on strike



In response to the WGA writers’ strike, Syndicated Network Television Association (SNTA) President Mitch Burg tells TVBR their members will be unscathed: "It’s business as usual for syndication. We surveyed SNTA members and are pleased to report that our programming will not be disrupted by the writer’s strike.  Syndication’s first run originals and off network hits will continue to deliver real ratings, providing marketers with a strong platform throughout this challenging time in television. As always, syndication airs original programming throughout the year, and marketers will especially appreciate the consistency and reliability that we provide as other programming is disrupted."

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