Hollywood’s Animation Writers Want More Of A Share

“Writers of live-action features get royalties when their work is repackaged and sold. But writers of animation don’t. Their ‘ancillary profit participation,’ as it’s known, is paid in multiples of zero.” That means “live-action” writers can get rich, while writers for animation don’t. Now the animation writers want a share…

Source: Los Angeles Times - 08/20/06