Strike.tv Eyes Summer Launch

Jul 3, 2008  •  Post A Comment

Strike.tv, a Web video site featuring programming created by TV and film writers during the Writers Guild of America strike earlier this year, is expected to launch this summer with original short-form content from scribes behind “The Office” and “Die Hard,” among others, the Hollywood Reporter says. The site was initially created to help out-of-work writers affected by the strike but has since become, in part, a source of funding for union charity groups; the first three months’ ad revenue has been earmarked for the Entertainment Assistance Program of the Actors Fund.
—Sergio Ibarra
(Updated: 3 p.m.)

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