entertainment partnerGlobal Payroll and Production Finance is offering its entire Academy training program for free during the Writers Guild strike, which is now in its second month. Online courses typically cost between $99 and $199 and cover a range of back-office production functions, from accounting and payroll to budgeting and scheduling.
“Entertainment Partners is committed to supporting the entertainment industry as it harnesses work group Markham L. Goldstein, President and CEO of Entertainment Partners, said: “Our academy programs provide access to EP experts and equip industry professionals with the knowledge and skills they need to grow and succeed. Our focus is on EP after the strike is resolved Help the industry restart.”
These courses are open to both beginners and professionals.Those who want to sign up can sign up here.
Meanwhile, WGA West has long list of local businesses – From restaurants and fitness centers to entertainment venues, electronics stores and beauty stores – support great authors with discounts and special offers. For example, Bob’s Big Boy in Burbank offered free meals to writers who showed their WGA membership cards during the strike.
View the full list of WGA supported businesses here.