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  1. Teamsters, Other Basic Crafts Unions Reach New Three-Year Deal

    12:57 pm 5/22/2015

    The new agreement runs August 1, 2015 through July 31, 2018. Terms were not released.Read more

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  2. SAG-AFTRA Appoints New Nashville Local Executive Director

    7:33 pm 5/18/2015

    The appointee, Richard Van Syckle, comes with a range of creative experiences.Read more

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  3. Musicians Union Travels to Sacramento to Play a Song for Tax Credits

    6:37 pm 5/18/2015

    The union wants to amend California’s tax credit law to encourage in-state production scoring and recording.Read more

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  4. Musicians Guild Sues Warner Bros, MGM, Paramount Over Film Scores

    7:14 am 4/27/2015

    AFM says the score for "Interstellar" was out of its world — but not in a good way.Read more

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  5. SAG-AFTRA Los Angeles HQ Building Renamed as Union Extends Lease

    8:17 am 4/17/2015

    The organization will remain in its offices until at least 2026.Read more

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  6. UCLA to Host Entertainment/Sports Labor Conference

    2:40 pm 4/15/2015

    The broad-ranging event aims to build bridges between scholars, professionals and practitioners.Read more

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  7. 'Sharknado 3' Producers Accuse Labor Union of Bullying

    1:40 pm 3/13/2015

    The IATSE denies the allegations from The Asylum COO Paul Bales.Read more

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  8. 'Sharknado 3' Shoot in D.C. Met by Picketing Union

    11:14 am 3/11/2015

    IATSE members walked off the job as the production shot near the White House.Read more

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  9. 'Sharknado 3' Producer Mocks Picketing Union By Touting Deal With Sharks

    4:26 pm 3/3/2015

    Meanwhile, IATSE is “surprised” at producers’ non-union stance, which denies workers pension and health benefits.Read more

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  10. Diverse Casts Deliver Higher Ratings, Bigger Box Office: Study (Exclusive)

    6:00 am 2/25/2015

    Audiences want more ethnic representation, a new UCLA study shows, with agencies, studios and networks lagging behind, entrenched in "an industry culture that routinely devalues the talent of minorities and women."Read more

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