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A fair share

December 08, 2007

IT appears that Patrick Goldstein has fallen for management's spin ["Questions of Value in Strike," Dec. 4]. The question isn't whether or not future Internet media revenues will be as enormous as Les Moonves, Sumner Redstone and Rupert Murdoch insist they'll be when addressing their shareholders but what percentage they are willing to surrender.

The WGA isn't asking for a billion-dollar payoff but merely a fair share of the revenues. If they prove to be as inconsequential as management claims when sitting at the negotiating table, they'll never be missed.

Burt Prelutsky

North Hills

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