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  1. Hollywood Fights L.A. Bike Lane: 'It Just Ruins the Shoot'

    6:00 am 6/19/2013

    Industry heavyweights from the MPAA to SAG-AFTRA to IATSE petition city council to change the color of the lanes through the oft-filmed Historic Core neighborhood downtown.Read more

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  2. 'All My Children,' 'One Life to Live' Stalled by Labor Dispute

    6:03 pm 6/5/2013

    The OnLine Network moves up show hiatus "pending resolution of this labor issue."Read more

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  3. IATSE Charters New Locals in Newfoundland

    11:21 am 4/6/2013

    A mixed local and a camera local join the union’s Canadian contingent.Read more

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  4. Editors End ‘Swamp People’ Strike

    12:25 am 2/23/2013

    The Motion Picture Editors Guild reached a union contract for the show, which is produced by a subsidiary of Endemol.Read more

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  5. IATSE Gets Behind Canadian Screen Awards Makeover

    7:51 am 1/2/2013

    A revamped Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television is hoping the gravitational force of Hollywood from the U.S.-based crew union will boost its coming-out party. Read more

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  6. IATSE Ends Strike Against Pac-12 Network

    5:27 pm 12/18/2012

    UPDATED: The network agrees to negotiate with the union sometime in the new year.Read more

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  7. IATSE Authorizes Strike Against Pac-12 Network

    12:50 am 12/8/2012

    The union will picket five men’s college basketball games Saturday.Read more

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  8. Prop. 32, Opposed by Guilds, Appears Defeated

    2:12 am 11/7/2012

    `Hollywood unions and guilds were part of the victorious coalition.Read more

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  9. Great Night for Guilds, But Prop. 32 Results Not In

    11:23 pm 11/6/2012

    The presidential outcome pleases most. Meanwhile, numerous Congressional candidates endorsed by WGA West’s PAC are victorious.Read more

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  10. Lucasfilm Faces New Accusation of Pregnancy Discrimination

    6:01 am 11/6/2012

    The company lost a 2010 lawsuit and now faces a claim that its Singapore subsidiary abruptly terminated an employee after its insurance policy failed to cover his wife’s pregnancy.Read more

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