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US Unions - United artists'

US producers face three powerful creative unions - DGA, SAG and WGA - in the coming showdown on digital rights. Writing in the magazine LA Lawyer, entertainment attorney Brooke A Wharton summarised the confrontation: the unions feel digital downloads should be treated under the same residual agreement as pay television. Producers want to use the home-video rate, which is four times less.

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