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  1. SAG-AFTRA 'Occupy Portland' Seeks to Keep Office Open

    2:16 pm 4/25/2013

    The boardroom vote to close 10 of the union’s 25 offices was almost exclusively supported by Los Angeles and New York board members.Read more

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  2. How Talent Loses if Aereo Wins (Analysis)

    12:58 pm 4/24/2013

    THR follows the money and discovers an unstated reason the guilds weighed in with briefs opposing the new service.Read more

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  3. SAG-AFTRA Confirms Layoffs as Board Approves Commercials Contract

    8:34 pm 4/21/2013

    The board also approved the election calendar and received a report about the pension & health plans.Read more

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  4. SAG-AFTRA to Lay Off Up to 80 in Restructuring (Exclusive)

    2:21 pm 4/16/2013

    The cuts amount to about 15 percent of the union’s staff and could save $8 million per year in salaries and benefit costs.Read more

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  5. SAG-AFTRA Commercials Contract Details Revealed (Exclusive)

    11:44 am 4/12/2013

    The deal includes an array of changes that will increase actors’ compensation and provide advertisers with more flexibility on the Internet.Read more

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  6. SAG-AFTRA Commercials Contract Reached

    10:43 am 4/6/2013

    No details of the deal were released, but some issues are known to have been of concern to the union.Read more

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  7. SAG-AFTRA's Year One Scorecard

    5:00 am 3/28/2013

    One union is more harmonious than two, but major, concrete accomplishments have not yet materialized.Read more

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  8. SAG-AFTRA Commercials Contracts Extended One Week

    2:50 pm 3/26/2013

    Negotiations began Feb. 14 and will continue.Read more

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  9. SAG-AFTRA's Roberta Reardon Elected to National Labor College Board of Trustees

    7:05 pm 3/7/2013

    The guild co-president adds to her portfolio of union-related offices.Read more

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  10. SAG-AFTRA Commercials Negotiations 'Cordial and Positive'

    4:13 pm 2/14/2013

    The negotiations may test whether the merged union has greater leverage than its separate predecessors.Read more

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