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by Cynthia Littleton

ePub TV on Strike: Why Hollywood Went To War Over the Internet (Television and Popular Culture) download
Author:
Cynthia Littleton
ISBN13:
978-0815610083
ISBN:
0815610084
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Publisher:
Syracuse University Press (January 31, 2013)
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Industries
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Every day Cynthia shows us how smart and well informed she is with her reporting. In the lightning fast constantly changing entertainment universe this book helps us to understand 'why' and 'how' it is all happening.

Every day Cynthia shows us how smart and well informed she is with her reporting. What we didn't know is just how compelling a storyteller she is! If you are in the entertainment industry or aspire to be this book is a MUST READ page turner. The players come to life and the events of the Writer's strike provide the prism for Cynthia's explanation of how the entire entertainment eco-system really works.

TV on Strike examines the 2007 upheaval in the entertainment industry by telling the inside story of the hundred-day .

TV on Strike examines the 2007 upheaval in the entertainment industry by telling the inside story of the hundred-day writers' strike that crippled Hollywood. The television industry's uneasy transition to the digital age was the driving force behind the most significant labor dispute of the twenty-first century.

Series: Television and Popular Culture. Published by: Syracuse University Press. In TV on Strike Littleton narrates the inside story of the hundred-day writers’ strike that crippled Hollywood, exploring the television industry's uneasy transition to the digital age that was the driving force behind the most significant labor dispute of the twenty-first century.

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TV on Strike examines the 2007 upheaval in the entertainment industry by telling the inside story of the hundred-day writers’ strike that crippled Hollywood. The television industry’s uneasy transition to the digital age was the driving force behind the most significant labor dispute of the twenty-first century.

TV on Strike examines the 2007 upheaval in the entertainment industry by telling the inside story of the hundred-day writers strike that crippled Hollywood. The television industry s uneasy transition to the digital age was the driving force behind the most significant labor dispute of the twenty-first century.

Television and Popular Culture. Syracuse University Press.

The television industry's uneasy transition to the digital age was the driving force behind the most significant labor dispute of the twenty-first century. Television and Popular Culture.

TV on Strike : Why Hollywood Went to War Over the Internet. In the lightning fast constantly changing entertainment universe this book helps us to understand why and how it is all happening. By (author) Cynthia Littleton. TV on Strike examines the 2007 upheaval in the entertainment industry by telling the inside story of the hundred-day writers' strike that crippled Hollywood. The television industry's uneasy transition to the digital age was the driving force behind the most significant labour dispute of the twenty-first century.

She has covered the television beat for more than 20 years

She has covered the television beat for more than 20 years.

TV on Strike examines the 2007 upheaval in the entertainment industry by telling the inside story of the hundred-day writers’ strike that crippled Hollywood. The television industry’s uneasy transition to the digital age was the driving force behind the most significant labor dispute of the twenty-first century. The strike put a spotlight on how the advent of new-media distribution platforms is reshaping the traditional business models that have governed the entertainment business for decades. The uncertainty that sent writers out into the streets of Los Angeles and New York with picket signs laid bare the depth of the divide, after years of industry consolidation, between the handful of media barons who rule Hollywood and the writers whose works support the industry. With both sides afraid of losing millions in future profits, a critical communication breakdown spurred a brief but fierce fight with repercussions that continue today. The saga of the Writers Guild of America strike is told here as seen through the eyes of key players on both sides of the negotiating table and of the foot soldiers who shocked even themselves with the strength of their resolve to fight for their rights in the face of an ambiguous future.