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Writers Strike May End Today

Posted by: , 07:06 AEDT, Wed February 13, 2008

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TV and film writers may return to work as soon as tomorrow now that an agreement has been reached concerning new media
Almost fifteen weeks ago, the Writers Guild of America (WGA) launched the second worker's strike in its 56 year history. The Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers countered by stating the WGA members that went on strike were far from hurting for money.

It is said that the average WGA member earned $204,295 a year and that over half the 4,434 members earned at least $104,750.

Greed is a ugly thing...


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