By: WGAE Non-Fiction    September 10, 2014

Pictured: Aiyana Stanley-Jones

Writers Guild of America, East Executive Director Lowell Peterson penned an op-ed which appears today, which reads in part: “If the networks want to keep their collaborators safe, reduce the embarrassments from cancelled shows, and prevent lawsuits that hold them liable for accidents, things have to change. It’s time for reality TV to stop treating people like chattel.”

Pictured: Aiyana Stanley-Jones, who was killed in a police action filmed by the ITV Studios-produced reality show The First 48.

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