Monday, November 12, 2007

The group representing the producers and studios, the AMPTP, places newspaper ads stating, "Since the early 1900s, back before the television was even invented, TV has been a money losing proposition for studios and producers. In fact, in the more than 70 years that its been a commercial entity, the only ones to make a dime off of television have been the writers." (I'm paraphrasing.)

1 comment:

Matt Carman said...

I like how you can apparently lose money on something that doesn't even exist yet.

I've been hemorrhaging money for years on these invisible hamburger-boats.