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Strike Boosted Cable Back Then… Is Web Next?

By Staff Published on .

Media company bosses, TV creative talent and Web video executives are lining up to speculate whether the Hollywood writers strike will boost Web video the way the last one powered the cable TV market, Steven Zeitchik writes. Entertainment industry executives including “Quarterlife” creator Marshall Herskovitz, NBC Universal CEO Jeff Zucker and Rob Barnett of video site My Damn Channel all acknowledge the work stoppage has a lot of upside for Web video creators and distributors.
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