To pay or not to pay your interns, that is the question many companies face when bringing students temporarily into their ranks. In some industries, companies pay quite well (think Google’s approximately $20,000 per summer), but in entertainment and media it’s pretty standard that in lieu of wages, interns gain valuable professional experience and school credit. But where is the line between that and free labor?

Listen as “The Michael Smerconish Program” weighs in on whether or not interns should be paid for their work, an issue that is being raised after two interns who worked on the set of the movie “Black Swan,” won the federal case against 20th Century FOX.

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