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TechWeb is reporting that the Screen Actors Guild is negotiating with networks for compensation for programming provided via mobile download.  This is being driven by the provision of the iTunes Music Store of US TV programming via paid download. Want to bet media downloads will start costing […]

TechWeb is reporting that the Screen Actors Guild is negotiating with networks for compensation for programming provided via mobile download.  This is being driven by the provision of the iTunes Music Store of US TV programming via paid download. Want to bet media downloads will start costing more once this contract is finalized?

“With respect to the programming that’s available from ABC and Disney in the iTunes Store, they proposed to pay using a video cassette formula,” Hinrichs said Monday in an interview with TechWeb.

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  1. Warner Crocker Tuesday, April 18, 2006

    I’m betting there will eventually be a strike or at least the severe threat of one before this is all said and done.

  2. Why oh why do they keep whining about money… iTunes = success, why change all that, just to get even more money they only spend on useless items anyway? Get over it, ‘actors’ :).

  3. By the way, the itunes link in your article doesn’t seem to work (You dont have to post this comment ;))

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