“A decade after the previous walkout that lasted 100 days, film and TV executives are once again bracing for a strike that could roil the business and Los Angeles’ bedrock entertainment industry.” Hollywood insiders (and let’s face it, the rest of us) are bracing a potential strike by TV and movie writers. From the LA Times: Here’s what you need to know. If a strike happens, you could be left with nothing but your growing backlog of about 15,000 hours of programming to binge.

+ Twitter is already a place where people talk about the news. Now, they want to be place where they watch it as well. “The social-media company is joining forces with the global financial news outlet to create a service that will stream news produced solely for Twitter 24 hours a day, seven days a week.”

+ Another shoe drops at Fox News. This one lands on co-president Bill Shine.