It's the summer of digital media unionization, and VICE has joined the party. News by Peter Derk Writers at VICE have voted to join Writer's Guild of America East, "a labor union of thousands of professionals who are the primary creators...Show More Summary
Management at VICE will voluntarily recognize the Writers Guild of America, East as the collective bargaining agent for the company’s editorial employees. The workers had signed up with the union last week, prompting kind words for the...Show More Summary
Gawker Media, Salon, the Guardian and, now, VICE. Editorial employees at VICE Media have signed up with The Writers Guild of America, East, as had Gawker and Salon. Those at the Guardian went with a branch of the Communications Workers of America. The VICE group is a small one of about 80 people. Show More Summary
Writers at Vice Media have voted to unionize, said people familiar with the matter, giving organized labor its biggest foothold yet in digital media newsrooms. The writers will be joining the Writers Guild of America, East, and Vice’s management has been informed, the people said. Show More Summary
Those working on the editorial side of Vice Media voted to unionize this week, according to The Wall Street Journal. The writers and editors at Vice will join the Writers Guild of America, East — the same union that Gawker Media and Salon staffers voted to join earlier this summer. The... More »
The writers will join Writers Guild of America, East, the union that the websites Gawker and Salon recently chose for their unionization efforts.
Writers at Vice are reportedly unionizing. In a surprise move on a summer Friday, writers at Vice Media have voted to unionize. The Wall Street Journal reports that Vice's writers will be joining the Writer's Guild of America, East (WGA), and that sources say Vice is prepared to recognize the union. Read Full Story
Editorial staff at Salon.com, the progressive digital media news company, voted unanimously to unionize, and Salon's management has agreed to recognize the Writers Guild of America, East (WGAE), as the collective bargaining representative for those staffers. Show More Summary
Management at San Francisco-based Salon Media has agreed to start talks on a first union contract with its workers, it was disclosed Saturday. “Salon Media has agreed to recognize the Writers Guild of America, East (WGAE) as the collective...Show More Summary
Salon Media has agreed to recognize the Writers Guild of America East as the collective bargaining unit for its editorial staff, whose vote to unionize was unanimous. “We are very pleased” with management’s decision, WGAE executive director Lowell...Show More Summary
America’s top labor leader is asking Salon to voluntarily recognize the Writers Guild of America, East as bargaining agent for its editorial workers. AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka wrote Salon Media Group CEO Cindy Jeffers on Thursday,...Show More Summary
Salon.com staff have voted to join the Writers Guild of America, the second digital media outlet to organize in recent weeks
The move comes a month after workers at Gawker Media voted to join the Writers Guild of America, East.
Following editorial workers at Gawker Media, editorial staff at Salon is moving to unionize and bargain a first contract with their employer. They’ve signed on with the Writers Guild of America, East, the same union that recently won...Show More Summary
Just weeks after writers and editors at Gawker Media unionized, the editorial employees of Salon Media Group announced that they intend to join the same union, the Writers Guild of America, East. The decision by Salon employees, announced...Show More Summary
Hat tip to Gawker's Hamilton Nolan (also a new member of the Writers Guild of America, East), for lifting up the latest research that shows union members earn more money than their nonunion counterparts.
Organized labor scored a notable win last week as editorial staffers at Gawker Media voted to be represented by the Writers Guild of America, East. Could this be a potentially influential inroad by organized labor into the world of digital...Show More Summary
The digital workplace can be organized. The editorial staff at Gawker Media has voted overwhelmingly to join with the Writers Guild of America, East, AFL-CIO, to bargain collectively with their employer. We will begin contract negotiations...Show More Summary
One hundred employees of Gawker, the online media site, have voted by a 3-1 margin to unionize. The Writers Guild of America will represent them. Nick Denton, Gawker’s owner, is apparently confused or at least bemused about
Gossip and news site Gawker Media employees say they have voted to join the Writers Guild of America, East, making it the first digital media outlet to organize.