More and more TV shows are going to go off the air because of the stinginess of the studios.
Writers want fair compensation when their content is streamed on the Internet by the networks. Right now, writers get nothing for this work - even if it's written exclusively for online audiences - and the studios want to keep it that way.
It's estimated that the companies will bring in a whopping $4.6 billion over the next three years through the Internet - and they don't want to give the writers a penny.Send a message to Hollywood executives: It's time to treat your writers fairly!
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