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Roberta Reardon has been elected president of AFTRA's New York local, succeeding Anne Gartlan, who won for first VP.
Members of the European Union Parliament urged Brussels lawmakers on Thursday to beef up punishment for piracy.
Opponents of the pending SAG-AFTRA merger said Wednesday that they will ask the National Labor Relations Board to oversee the upcoming referendum.
The gloves came off Wednesday as numerous senators called FCC commissioners on the carpet for their decision to dramatically loosen media ownership regs.