Ed Asner and the 15 other plaintiffs in the SAG-AFTRA lawsuit over $130 million in unpaid funds from foreign royalties and residuals have blasted the union’s efforts to dismiss the action, alleging…
A federal judge has ruled SAG-AFTRA is on the hook for the $330,000 it paid to Ken Osmond and his attorneys to settle his class-action suit over foreign tax revenues.
More than a dozen members of SAG-AFTRA — including former SAG president Ed Asner — have sued the actors union, alleging extensive misconduct in its handling of foreign levies and residuals they are…
Actors' Equity Association, the legit actors and stage managers union, has received a national charter from the AFL-CIO as a mark of a formal association with the national federation of U.S. unions…
Leaders of the American Federation of Television & Radio Artists have taken a key step toward a merger with the Screen Actors Guild, clearing a hurdle for a possible member vote within the next 12…
Leaders of the Screen Actors Guild have taken a major step toward merging with the American Federation of Television & Radio Artists.
Taking the temperature of thesps on the SAG Awards red carpet, actors are definitely fired up about the prospect of a merger of SAG and AFTRA.
New Line, Warner Bros. and MGM are hitting back at actors unions for their boycott of "The Hobbit," disputing allegations that New Zealand actors are being treated unfairly.
The seven major actors unions have told members not to work on "The Hobbit."
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