Strike.tv shows a new side to TV writers

During the writers strike of late 2007, writers from shows like Saturday Night Live, The Office, and The Daily Show with Jon Stewart put their creative energy into writing their own Web shows, which are now available on Strike.tv

During the writers strike of late 2007, writers from shows like Saturday Night Live, The Office, and The Daily Show with Jon Stewart put their creative energy into writing their own Web shows, which are now available on Strike.tv.

The Web site, which officially launched on October 28, gives writers a chance to be more independent with their work and provides Hollywood quality to Internet entertainment.

While it would have been a better PR tactic to introduce Strike.tv (or something similar) during the writers strike, Strike.tv now shows a different side to the writers and allows viewers to connect with them online.

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