January 18, 2008 8:56 AM PST

Writers strike pushes viewers to DVDs, video games

Writers strike pushes viewers to DVDs, video games
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Survey shows that strike has cut TV viewership, turning people to other forms of entertainment. Even reading has gotten a boost.

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Sort of ironic ...
... that folks are watching DVDs of TV shows because of the writer's strike, and the writers are striking because they don't get a share in the revenue from DVDs for the TV shows they write.
Posted by shoffmueller (236 comments )
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But Jobs said we don't read...
But Jobs said we don't read anymore and if Steve Jobs (or GOD as he likes to call himself) says it, it must be true!
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