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SAG-AFTRA today put the kibosh on producer Michael Bay's Songbird, one of the first movies to shoot in Los Angeles during the pandemic. The actors... [Read More]
Ratification ballots are in the mail for... [Read More]
SAG-AFTRA president Gabrielle Carteris is urging the members to vote yes to ratify the union's new film and TV contract, saying in a video message... [Read More]
The WGA said tonight that it had to "fight off significant writer-centric rollbacks," in its now-completed negotiations for a new film and TV contract, which... [Read More]
After long and hard negotiations conducted remotely, the WGA and the AMPTP have secured a tentative overall deal that brings much-desired labor stability to an... [Read More]
Just when you thought that guidelines for the film and TV industry's safe return to work were in place and ready to implement, Cathy Repola,... [Read More]
SAG-AFTRA, which represents thousands of radio and TV newscasters, today called on the broadcast industry to create more inclusive and diverse newsrooms. "We believe diversity... [Read More]
SAG-AFTRA's national board tonight approved the union's tentative new three-year film and TV contract by a vote of 67.6% to 32.4%. The union says the... [Read More]
Two weeks ago, SAG-AFTRA Foundation president Courtney B. Vance issued a "Better Days" challenge to the performing community. Vance asked performers to tell him "something... [Read More]
EXCLUSIVE: President Donald Trump may be looking for a new walk-off song at his campaign rallies now that the Rolling Stones and BMI have... [Read More]
Leaders of IATSE, which represents thousands of theatrical stage workers across the country, today acknowledged the union's role in failing to upend "systemic racism in... [Read More]
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