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  1. Weinstein Company to Offer SAG-AFTRA Voters Free Tickets to Nominated Films

    9:14 am PST 11/27/2013
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    The studio partnered with online ticket seller Fandango to provide voters with two free tickets. READ MORE

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  2. VFX Workers Stage Protest Outside DreamWorks Animation During Obama Visit

    1:01 pm PST 11/26/2013
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    "If the president says we're gaining a lot of jobs in the film industry, that's not true," said rally co-organizer Daniel Lay, who blogs as VFXSoldier. READ MORE

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  3. DGA Board Approves Three-Year Collective Bargaining Agreement

    2:05 pm PST 11/23/2013
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    The deal includes increases in wages and residuals, additional new media terms and conditions, and advances in diversity. READ MORE

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  4. Directors Guild, AMPTP Reach Three-Year Deal

    7:15 pm PST 11/22/2013
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    The terms of the deal were not disclosed. READ MORE

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  5. Obama's L.A. Visit: VFX Community Planning Green-Shirt Protest

    5:47 pm PST 11/22/2013
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    Activists hope 500 green T-shirts will greet the chief executive's visit to Jeffrey Katzenberg's DreamWorks Animation in Glendale; one artist tells THR: "Our intent is to get the message to Obama that our jobs have left the country and VFX shops have gone bankrupt due to tax incentives." READ MORE

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  6. Justin Timberlake, SAG-AFTRA Reach Agreement on 20/20 Experience World Tour Dancers

    3:14 pm PST 11/22/2013
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    Under the agreement, performer earnings count toward pension and health benefits eligibility. READ MORE

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  7. E!, 'Fashion Police' Writers to Face Off in Representation Election (Exclusive)

    2:31 pm PST 11/22/2013
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    The mid-December event represents an interim victory for the network in the seven-month dispute. READ MORE

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  8. WGA Rips Joan Rivers for 'Derisive and Crude Comments' on Fashion Police Writers

    12:26 pm PST 11/21/2013
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    The guild issues an angry statement after Rivers refers to "these poor schmuck writers" and comes out in favor of E!'s position that a union election precede any bargaining with the writers. READ MORE

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  9. Writers Blast Joan Rivers for Apparent Flip Flop on 'Fashion Police' Strike

    9:23 pm PST 11/20/2013
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    A month ago, Rivers supported a WGA position –- that E! negotiate with the guild -– as part of a deal to settle charges against her, but now she says E! is right and that writers should have voted before striking. READ MORE

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  10. SAG-AFTRA Moves to Dismiss Ed Asner Suit

    12:16 pm PST 11/20/2013
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    The motion, even if granted, may not end the lawsuit. READ MORE

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  11. Film, TV, Other Copyright Industries Add $1 Trillion to U.S. Economy in 2012 (Study)

    11:18 am PST 11/19/2013
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    Those employed in these industries, which include music, books, software, video games and more, earn 33 percent more than the average U.S. worker, according to a study by the Intellectual Property Alliance. READ MORE

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  12. WGA Announces Contract Negotiating Committee

    2:04 pm PST 11/13/2013
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    No date has been set for discussions with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers. READ MORE

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  13. DGA, AMPTP Set to Open Contract Negotiations (Analysis)

    11:13 am PDT 10/23/2013
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    The talks will begin on Nov. 4, well in advance of contract expiration and prior to the WGA and SAG-AFTRA negotiations. READ MORE

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  14. KNBC Sports Reporter Wins Pay Dispute With Lawyer

    10:58 am PDT 10/15/2013
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    The California Labor Commissioner invalidates a deal between Mario Solis and his former attorney. READ MORE

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  15. 'Fashion Police' Writer Expelled From WGA Accuses Guild of 'Smear Campaign'

    3:38 pm PDT 10/14/2013
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    UPDATED: Larry Amoros says he resigned from the WGA and describes what the guild wanted from him as "ratting out" his fellow writers. He still faces $14,000 in fines. READ MORE

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  16. WGA Expels and Fines 'Fashion Police' Writer for Writing During Strike

    10:51 am PDT 10/14/2013
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    The decision takes effect immediately. READ MORE

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  17. DGA, Networks Reach Tentative Agreement in News, Sports and Operations

    11:35 am PDT 10/09/2013
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    Details of the deal were not released; the agreements are distinct from the Basic Agreement with the studios. READ MORE

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  18. Veteran Film Exec Joseph Adelman Dies at 79

    4:52 pm PDT 10/08/2013
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    He worked for United Artists and Paramount, negotiated contracts for the AMPTP and founded KidPix, a distributor of children’s animation. READ MORE

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  19. SAG-AFTRA OKs Extension of Corporate, Educational, Non-Broadcast Contracts

    1:21 pm PDT 10/08/2013
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    The agreements cover public relations, sales promotion and training films. READ MORE

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  20. Joan Rivers, Writers Guild Resolve 'Fashion Police' Charges

    12:59 pm PDT 10/07/2013
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    Under the deal, she’ll stop writing for the E! show during the strike by writers but will continue hosting it. READ MORE

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  21. Judge Dismisses Most But Not All of Anti-SAG-AFTRA Lawsuit

    11:12 am PDT 10/07/2013
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    The complaint was filed against the actors' union by Ed Asner and 15 others. READ MORE

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