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The Writers Strike and New Media

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The Writers Strike and New Media

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The Writers Strike and New Media

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Wired Magazine senior editor Nancy Miller discusses the new media environment — which is the sticking point in the ongoing strike of movie and television writers. Hollywood writers want compensation for work that appears online.

Miller talks about the quality of online content and its potential to bring in a huge amount of revenue with Renee Montagne.

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