Break.com wants to pay writers

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Break.com (never heard of it, although it’s self described as “the leading online entertainment channel for men”), is holding a contest for all WGA members. Submit a video (content unclear, although presumably something that would appeal to “the 1.5 million guys watching over 12,000 videos on their site every day”) to Break.com and win $5,000 for “the highest rated video from a writer officially on strike.” Here’s the entry info; your mileage may vary. 

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