LOS ANGELES -
Striking Hollywood writers are going back to work.
The Writers Guild of America said its members voted Tuesday to end their devastating, three-month strike that brought the entertainment industry to a standstill.
Writers will go back to work Wednesday after voting in Beverly Hills and New York.
"At the end of the day, everybody won. It was a fair deal and one that the companies can live with, and it recognizes the large contribution that writers have made to the industry," said Leslie Moonves, chief executive officer of CBS Corp., who was among the media executives who helped broker a deal after talks between the guild and the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers, the trade group, collapsed in acrimony.
One winner in the vote was the Academy Awards that can now be staged on Feb. 24 without the threat of pickets or a boycott by actors that would have dulled the glamour of Hollywood's signature celebration.
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