The Emmy for main title theme music isn't dead yet.
Screen Actors Guild has joined the Writers Guild of America in backing the push by composers and lyricists to unionize
The Screen Actors Guild has joined the Writers Guild of America in backing the effort by composers and lyricists to unionize by aligning with Teamsters Local 399.
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Film and TV composers and lyricists seeking to unionize have gotten the backing of the Writers Guild of America, as well as a handful of Hollywood heavyweights.
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