Many writers depend on residuals for a stable income, and that income shouldn't be based on an outdated formula which ignores the existence of new media and all but a tiny percentage of DVD sales. The talented writers responsible for so much of what we love about television should and must be paid fairly and equitably, and we will stand with them until they reach that goal. For everyone's sake, and for the sake of television, we hope both sides can come to an agreement quickly.
To further that goal, we are calling on our readers to sign this petition and to contact the following television networks, voicing support for the writers and for a return to the negotiating table:
ABC500 South Buena Vista StreetBurbank, CA 91521(818) 460-7777
FOX10201 W. Pico Blvd.Los Angeles, CA 90035(310) 369-1000
CBS7800 Beverly BoulevardLos Angeles, CA 90036(323) 575-2345
NBC / Universal100 Universal City PlazaUniversal City, CA 91608(818) 777-1000
After the blackout, we intend to continue our campaign to support the WGA until the dispute has been resolved fairly. Since we will not be posting any new content on the 13th, we encourage our readers to visit United Hollywood instead for frequent updates about the strike.
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