SAG-AFTRA, now six months old, has dialed down the hoopla since its raucous March 30 announcement of the merger between the Screen Actors Guild and the American Federation of Television and Radio…
Sag Merger Task Force
Leaders of Hollywood's two biggest performer unions have set a key meeting for Dec. 11-12 to prep what could be a final proposal for merging the Screen Actors Guild and the American Federation of…
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…
The urge to merge is growing stronger.
A new fed gov incentive, the so-called Article 3A, has prompted local broadcasters and pay TV nets to invest as co-producers in indie features and TV programming.
Don't expect SAG and AFTRA to try merging any time soon.
The guild's top attorney has again warned its leaders that they're not allowed to bash AFTRA.
Doug Allen, the lightning rod at the center of the Screen Actors Guild's bitter polarization, has been fired as national exec director and chief negotiator.
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