Internal SAG documents show that 23% of SAG members did not work during 1996-2000 and that 36% have worked less than five days in those five years.
SAG has warned members against signing new pacts with agents with less protection than terms provided in its now-expired master franchise agreement.
The Dept. of Labor has turned down an appeal of January's decision by SAG's elections committee to rerun last fall's election. The department made no formal announcement about its rejection of the…
The state of California is in no hurry to swoop in and sort out the latest showbiz turmoil.
SAG has continued to baffle Hollywood on the murky issue of talent agency regulations.
AFL-CIO president John Sweeney has strongly endorsed SAG's attempt to enforce contracts on shoots outside the U.S.
The city of Santa Monica will consider passing a resolution in support of the controversial move to impose penalties on producers who accept Canadian subsidies.
The Screen Actors Guild has disclosed it paid $190,000 in unused vacation and other benefits to former national exec director Ken Orsatti in 2001, an amount that was the subject of intense debate…
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