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  1. How the DGA Award Predicts the Oscar

    8:00 am 1/24/2014

    Statistically speaking, whoever wins out of the five nominees will become the odds-on favorite to win the Academy Award.Read more

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  2. DGA Overwhelmingly Ratifies New Contract

    10:35 am 1/8/2014

    The agreement contains an array of increases to wages and residuals.Read more

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  3. Directors' New Labor Deal Puts Big Pressure on Actors (Analysis)

    5:00 am 12/5/2013

    The Directors Guild's pre-Thanksgiving pact with the major studios makes it hard for unions like SAG-AFTRA to claim victory when their deals come up for review.Read more

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  4. Shonda Rhimes, Betsy Beers to Receive DGA's Diversity Award

    11:10 am 12/3/2013

    The longtime producing partners will be honored for providing jobs and opportunities to women and minorities, marking only the fifth time the guild has doled out the prize.Read more

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  5. DGA Board Approves Three-Year Collective Bargaining Agreement

    2:03 pm 11/23/2013

    The deal includes increases in wages and residuals, additional new media terms and conditions, and advances in diversity.Read more

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  6. Directors Guild, AMPTP Reach Three-Year Deal

    7:15 pm 11/22/2013

    The terms of the deal were not disclosed.Read more

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  7. DGA, AMPTP Set to Open Contract Negotiations (Analysis)

    11:13 am 10/23/2013

    The talks will begin on Nov. 4, well in advance of contract expiration and prior to the WGA and SAG-AFTRA negotiations.Read more

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  8. DGA, Networks Reach Tentative Agreement in News, Sports and Operations

    10:50 am 10/9/2013

    Details of the deal were not released; the agreements are distinct from the Basic Agreement with the studios.Read more

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  9. SAG-AFTRA Annual Report Shows Exec Director Got 15 Percent Raise

    5:39 pm 8/8/2013

    David White earned $541,040 in compensation in the 12 month period ended April 30, 2013.Read more

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  10. DGA Leader a Rare Win for Hollywood Diversity (Analysis)

    5:00 am 6/28/2013

    The first person of color to lead the Directors Guild -- as well as its first openly gay president -- joins a small but growing club of executives like Warner Bros.' Kevin Tsujihara, SAG-AFTRA's David White, CAA's Bryan Lourd and NBC's Bob Greenblatt.Read more

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