SAG-AFTRA leaders have approved a new three-year commercials contract, triggering a ratification vote by members for the successor deal. In a meeting Sunday, the union's national board unanimously…
SAG-AFTRA Joint Barganing Agreement
SAG-AFTRA and the ad industry have reached a tentative agreement on a new three-year deal, with their current contract set to expire on Sunday.
SAG-AFTRA and the ad industry have launched negotiations and officially blacked out any disclosure about the contract talks, which began Thursday in New York City.
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SAG-AFTRA and the ad industry have sealed their Valentine's Day date, with leaders of the performers union approving the package of proposals for a successor contract.
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With all three major guilds prepping for negotiations on their master contracts, 2013 may be an anxious year for Hollywood as uncertainty pervades the labor landscape.
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In a contrast with its brutal internal battles, SAG has quietly set a start date on Feb. 23 for launching joint negotiations with American Federation of Television & Radio Artists on a new contract…