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  1. SAG-AFTRA Ratifies 2014 TV and Theatrical Contracts

    8:14 pm 8/22/2014

    The vote was 92.12 percent to 7.88 percentRead more

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  2. Metropolitan Opera Reaches Deals With Remaining Unions

    6:04 am 8/22/2014

    Lockout averted one month before season beginsRead more

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  3. Metropolitan Opera Reaches Deal With Third Major Union, Allowing Season to Open As Scheduled

    2:26 am 8/20/2014

    With labor peace apparently assured, a new "Le Nozze di Figaro" is set to premiere Sept. 22Read more

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  4. 'Midnight Rider' Production Company Cited for Willful, Serious Safety Violations in Death of Sarah Jones

    1:26 pm 8/14/2014

    The camera assistant was struck and killed by a train on the set of the Gregg Allman biopicRead more

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  5. 'Survivor' Editors End Strike Over Union Contract

    10:32 pm 8/13/2014

    Talks are scheduled for FridayRead more

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  6. 'Survivor' Editors Go on Strike for Union Contract

    3:50 pm 8/13/2014

    The postproduction crew is seeking an agreement with health and retirement benefitsRead more

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  7. An Actor's Cautionary Tale: Cancer Diagnosis and a Drawn-Out Battle Over Residuals

    4:50 pm 8/12/2014

    Diagnosed with cancer in 2012, Alex Doe endured a 3 1/2-year residuals runaround from Warner Bros. and SAG-AFTRA that threatened health insurance coverageRead more

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  8. Did the California Labor Commissioner Just Shake Up the Music Industry?

    10:58 am 8/12/2014

    A new ruling holds that deals between producers and artists aren't exempted by the Talent Agencies ActRead more

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  9. Why New York's Reality TV Industry Needs a Reality-Based Code of Conduct

    5:00 am 8/8/2014

    Writing in a guest column, a New York City councilman makes a plea for unscripted TV's writer-producersRead more

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  10. Metropolitan Opera Lockout Looms as Management, Unions Fight Over Cost-Cutting Proposals

    12:32 pm 7/31/2014

    UPDATED: Contracts for 15 unions are set to expire at midnight, with management threatening to bar employees from the performing-arts facility for the first time in more than three decades.Read more

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