Anyone else enjoy life 3% more when The Daily Show isn't in reruns? Well, if you think TV's gotten bad since the writers' strike, just wait until online copywriters wise up. In fact, copywriters and bloggers should consider picketing right along with the TV & film writers. (Notice I didn't say "screenwriters." In today's media, a screen is a screen is a screen.) This strike isn't about television or film. It's about high-profile screenwriters — as high-profile as unknown gets, anyway — insisting that online content has value.
Please, read the rest of this post which I linked to in the title of this portion above. Its important, and mentions the Jericho Fan's Campaign as well.
I am in complete agreement with the Writers on this issue, as bad as I want my shows back, I can not get around the fact that better discussions need to be had and soon!
All anyone ever wants to be treated with fairness, in any profession. It is so very hard to write original content on demand, day after day, week after week. And we all have our favorite shows because these wonderful writers make sure to do the very best writing possible.