Writer and producers went back to the negotiating table Tuesday to discuss the gap between their two Internet TV proposals--the difference being some $21 million. The difference doesn't sound like much, especially considering the total $1.3 billion contract over three years producers are proposing. But writers are digging in, given the expectation that revenue from the streaming of Internet episodes will rise dramatically over the next several years.
I've got your back writers
Good. Everyone should be compensated accordingly.
I'm so sick of big corporations trying to screw little guys. Little guys are fighting back and we're winning.
So if you're a little guy, don't give up. Ask to speak to the manager and don't take no for an answer.
And yes, we're all as good as each other!