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  1. AMPTP fires back at WGA over fi-core

    5:00 am 4/22/2008

    UPDATED: The Alliance of Motion Picture & Television Producers is crying foul against the WGA for its Friday e-mail to members outing 28 writers who chose to go fi-core during the 100-day strike.Read more

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  2. No-strike pacts on Yari agenda

    5:00 am 4/21/2008

    At least two indie film projects starring A-listers likely won't be disrupted if there's an actors strike in the summer. On Monday, producer Bob Yari said he plans to get SAG no-strike pacts for "Killing Pablo" and "The Governess."Read more

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  3. SAG, AMPTP to resume talks Monday

    5:00 am 4/19/2008

    UPDATED: As SAG and the majors enter their second week of talks, there are a lot of questions and not too many answers about what has happened behind the closed doors at the Alliance of Motion Picture & Television Producers headquarters in Sherman Oaks.Read more

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  4. WGA: 28 writers quit during strike

    5:00 am 4/18/2008

    WGA leaders sent out a joint letter Friday to its membership revealing the names of 28 members who resigned from the union during the 100-day strike.Read more

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  5. SAG, AMPTP to huddle separately

    5:00 am 4/17/2008

    UPDATED: SAG and the Alliance of Motion Picture & Television Producers will reconvene Friday morning in separate caucuses before entering the fourth day of talks in the afternoon, the two sides said Thursday.Read more

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  6. WGAW to honor Don Mankiewicz

    5:00 am 4/17/2008

    Veteran scribe Don Mankiewicz has helped "Ironside" win court cases, "Marcus Welby M.D." heal patients and the "Hart to Hart" duo solve crimes. Now, the WGA West will honor the writer with its 2008 Morgan Cox Award for his exemplary service to the guild.Read more

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  7. Equity, Broadway saying let's make a deal

    5:00 am 4/16/2008

    As the Broadway season gears up for Tony Awards time, one offstage drama could command attention, too: negotiations on a new contract between the actors' union and theater producers.Read more

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  8. SAG, Film Dept. ink first deal

    5:00 am 4/16/2008

    UPDATED: If there is an actors strike, at least one indie film company won't be affected. The Film Department said Wednesday that it has inked completion agreements with SAG for nine pictures that are gearing up for production in the spring and summer.Read more

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  9. SAG, AMPTP talks kick off

    5:00 am 4/15/2008

    Negotiators for SAG and the Alliance of Motion Picture & Television Producers sat down for the first time Tuesday to begin what is expected to be two weeks of intense talks on the actors union contract, which expires June 30.Read more

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  10. DGA settles levies lawsuit

    5:00 am 4/14/2008

    The DGA said Monday that it has settled a class-action lawsuit filed by nonmembers who challenged the way the guild collected and disbursed foreign levies. The settlement works out an arrangement in which an outside accounting firm will conduct an independent review of the guild's foreign levies program.Read more

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