By: WGAE Non-Fiction    May 2, 2014

The Fish Tank Kings take on a job that comes with an unexpected fish expert.

The WGAE said today that it has reached a new collective bargaining pact with Sharp Entertainment that covers its writers and producers.  Said WGAE Executive Director Lowell Peterson: “We are very pleased to have reached an agreement with Sharp that includes the provisions we have won for writer-producers employed by other nonfiction TV production companies – compensation minimums, paid time off, union security, grievance and arbitration and, perhaps most importantly, employer-provided health benefits.”  Sharp produces shows includingFish Tank Kings (Nat Geo Wild) and Toy Hunter (travel Channel).