LOS ANGELES (AP) _ Striking movie and TV writers and Hollywood
studios are apparently going to give it another shot on Tuesday.
The two sides met Monday to start a new round of negotiations in
a strike that's entered its fourth week.
A person familiar with the contract talks says they will resume
The two sides hadn't been at the bargaining table since the
Writers Guild of America went on strike three weeks ago.
The writers went on strike November 5th over payment for work
aired on the Web. Writers want more money when TV shows and films
are sold on Internet sites.
Studios, networks and producers say it is too early to know which business model will succeed on the Web.
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