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

    1:26 pm PDT 08/14/2014
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    The camera assistant was struck and killed by a train on the set of the Gregg Allman biopic READ MORE

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

    11:59 am PDT 08/14/2014
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    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 coverage READ MORE

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  3. 'Survivor' Editors End Strike Over Union Contract

    10:32 pm PDT 08/13/2014
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    Talks are scheduled for Friday READ MORE

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

    4:08 pm PDT 08/13/2014
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    The postproduction crew is seeking an agreement with health and retirement benefits READ MORE

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

    12:38 pm PDT 08/12/2014
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    A new ruling holds that deals between producers and artists aren't exempted by the Talent Agencies Act READ MORE

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

    5:00 am PDT 08/08/2014
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    Writing in a guest column, a New York City councilman makes a plea for unscripted TV's writer-producers READ MORE

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

    12:41 pm PDT 07/31/2014
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    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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  8. SAG-AFTRA's David White Not Going to NBA Players Association

    4:00 pm PDT 07/29/2014
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    The NBA PA chooses another finalist, and THR learns that the SAG-AFTRA president had already been urging White to extend his contract. READ MORE

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  9. Why TV Broadcasters Should Get Behind NCAA Athlete Unionization (Analysis)

    5:00 am PDT 07/17/2014
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    Here are three reasons — though not very obvious ones — why CBS, Fox, NBC and ESPN should play the long game by switching sides and supporting a plan for athlete compensation. READ MORE

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  10. SAG-AFTRA Board Approves TV-Theatrical Deal

    11:12 pm PDT 07/12/2014
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    The deal now goes to the membership for ratification. READ MORE

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  11. New SAG-AFTRA Deal Builds on DGA Template, Looks to Future (Analysis)

    5:29 pm PDT 07/04/2014
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    The "hard-fought" agreement continues the process of merging SAG and AFTRA. READ MORE

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  12. ‎SAG-AFTRA, AMPTP Reach Deal on New Film, TV Contract

    1:38 am PDT 07/04/2014
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    Shortly after the current contract expired, negotiators reached an agreement. READ MORE

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  13. SAG-AFTRA, AMPTP Extend Current Contracts a Third Time to Continue Negotiations

    11:52 pm PDT 07/02/2014
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    The decision to extend for a third day to allow for further discussion was once again announced less than an hour before midnight. READ MORE

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  14. SAG-AFTRA, AMPTP Again Extend Contracts by 24 Hours to Continue Negotiations

    11:57 pm PDT 07/01/2014
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    The decision to extend yet another day to allow for further discussion was announced less than an hour before midnight. READ MORE

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  15. SAG-AFTRA, AMPTP Extend Current Contracts by 24 Hours to Continue Negotiations

    11:33 pm PDT 06/30/2014
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    The decision to extend another day to allow for further discussion was announced less than an hour before midnight. READ MORE

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  16. Hollywood Guilds Want Supreme Court to Hear Marvel Characters Dispute

    1:18 pm PDT 06/23/2014
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    SAG-AFTRA, the DGA and the WGA are rallying behind an effort by Jack Kirby's heirs to terminate rights to Spider-Man, The Fantastic Four and the Avengers. READ MORE

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  17. New York City Council to Examine Reality TV Working Conditions

    5:43 pm PDT 06/09/2014
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    A committee will weigh in as the WGA East continues its push to organize the area. READ MORE

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  18. Cannes: Labor Strikes Prompt Festival Delays and Drama

    12:42 pm PDT 05/15/2014
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    "This year it’s really extreme," says a Cannes regular, as demonstrations, delayed flights and anti-Uber protests lead to canceled meetings and missed screenings. READ MORE

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  19. Women Working Behind the Scenes on Independent Films More Than Blockbusters, Study Says

    10:03 pm PDT 05/05/2014
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    The "Independent Women" report revealed that 23 percent of directors on independent films are female, compared with just six percent on the top-grossing films of 2013. READ MORE

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  20. SAG-AFTRA, AMPTP to Commence Negotiations on May 5

    12:55 pm PDT 05/02/2014
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    Separately, the union unveiled a new logo and brand identity. READ MORE

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  21. IATSE, Canadian Unions Bedfellows in TV Campaign

    8:53 am PDT 05/02/2014
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    The U.S.-based technicians union has given its Canadian colleagues a makeover with "Together, Fairness Works" commercials getting wide media play here. READ MORE

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