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ALCS Leads Debate At House Of Commons Following Author Earnings Report

Posted at 8:04AM Thursday 10 Jul 2014

Following the release of the Authors' Licensing & Collecting Society (ALCS) study "What Are Words Worth Now?," which showed a catastrophic drop in writers' earnings, and the numbers of full-time authors, in the UK, the ALCS held a debate at the UK House of Commons on the issues raised in the report. Some participants at least didn't mince words about the report's conclusions.

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