Writers vote to end 3-month strike that crippled Hollywood

Striking Hollywood writers are going back to work. The Writers Guild of America says its members voted Tuesday to end their devastating, three-month strike that brought the entertainment industry to a standstill. Writers will go back to work Wednesday after voting in Beverly Hills and New York. The union's board of directors approved a tentative contract Sunday giving writers a share of the growing revenue from programs offered on the internet and other new media. Guild leaders say they are fighting for a piece of the future, as Internet-delivered entertainment is expected to claim an increasing share of the market.