International Herald Tribune article on the WGA strike and the movie business

TV Arts

I read this article about the writers' strike a few days ago, and found it 
very interesting. Although it focuses more on the movie business, I think 
its somewhat different take would interest TV viewers as well.

"But, from the studio point of view, this sort of payment is a bit like 
having a mortgage that does not amortize.

"These participations are paid in perpetuity," Blume said."

Creed cap ;)