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Now that professional writers are done protesting the web, will they flock to it? In this quick video interview, Patric Verrone, president of the Writers Guild of America West, tells us which parts of the new WGA contract the Guild is happy about, what new web […]

Now that professional writers are done protesting the web, will they flock to it? In this quick video interview, Patric Verrone, president of the Writers Guild of America West, tells us which parts of the new WGA contract the Guild is happy about, what new web ventures are coming down the pike (and whether they’ll stick around), and makes a case for the continuing value of writers.

Video taken at the Harvard Business School Entertainment and Media Conference on Wednesday.

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  1. I recorded an in-depth 50 minute audio interview with Mr. Verrone last week that I then podcasted in two-parts. I don’t know what your link policy is, but they are below:

    http://wgastrike2007.blogspot.com/search?q=Interview+with+Patric+Verrone

  2. Q&A (Video): WGA President Patric Verrone | Liz Gannes | Voices | AllThingsD Monday, March 3, 2008

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    i personally think all these writers should start spending their time writing sonnets and love songs.

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