Take your pick of the sources for the story - LA Times, Variety, The Hollywood Reporter. The basic story is: A three year contract including a 2% annual wage increase and a 10% hike in employer contributions to the pension and health plans. SAG and AFTRA negotiated this jointly. They got it done before the Directors' Guild, basically a management union, even began negotiations and could screw things up for workers like last time. The Writers' Guild, which has a more militant membership, has a pattern to work with so their officers are not stuck taking the lead under heavy membership pressure. Of course, SAG and AFTRA memberships have to approve this, but it appears that will happen. So what am I going to do with all those shows I have recorded on hard drive to use in the next strike?