Full length episodes with commercials streamed over the web are "promotional" are they? Webisodes requested by a network for free (which won an Emmy no less!) aren't writing? Aren't work? Networks aren't making any money off the internet? It's an expense?! The internet doesn't count?
Fine. If that's the way the AMPTP wants to play that, then let's make that a reality...
Until the strike is resolved, I hereby swear not to watch any streamed content from the networks or cable outlets. They will not have my eyeballs. They will not have my money.
They will hear crickets at their websites. Zero traffic from me.
I urge all of you to do the same. Link to this post. Post your own. I don't care.
Just spread the word.
Make sure people know that we are only following what the AMPTP has been saying all along, "That the internet doesn't count."
We are making that dream come true for them.
I'm sure they will be quite pleased as will their advertisers.
Make it so.
Hugs and kisses,
Your Mad Pulp Bastard.