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Contract talks between Hollywood writers and their studio employers got off to a testy start last month: Writers Guild of America (WGA) reps dismissed a proposal by the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers (Amptp) for a study of the residuals paid in new media markets - perhaps the key issue to be covered in the negotiations - and the Amptp team shot back that the rejection was "short-sighted and self-destructive".

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