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Family feud brews as SAG, studios meet

Wednesday's sidebar meeting between SAG and the studios provided more of what industry watchers have become accustomed to: talk and no apparent progress.

No apparent progress at SAG sidebar meeting

Wednesday's sidebar meeting between SAG and the studios provided more of what industry watchers have become accustomed to: talk and no apparent progress.

Strike-vote question looms for SAG

As SAG inches closer to the June 30 expiration date of its TV/theatrical contract, two questions come to the fore.

Questions loom in SAG-AMPTP talks

As SAG inches closer to the June 30 expiration date of its TV/theatrical contract, two questions come to the fore.

East Coast SAG brass: ‘We were lied to’

East Coast members of SAG's national leadership board are fuming over what they say were lies told by union president Alan Rosenberg and national executive director Doug Allen about the nature of Monday's rally.

East Coast SAG brass: ‘We were lied to’

East Coast members of SAG's national leadership board are fuming over what they say were lies told by union president Alan Rosenberg and national executive director Doug Allen about the nature of Monday's rally.

Chanting actors rally ’round the SAG

SAG took its battle with the studios to the sidewalks outside its L.A. headquarters for a Monday morning rally with members, vowing to fight for a fair deal with the Alliance of Motion Picture & Television Producers and urging actors to vote against the newly brokered AFTRA contract with the major studios and networks.

SAG holds rally to oppose AFTRA deal

SAG took its battle with the studios to the sidewalk outside its headquarters for a Monday morning rally with members.

Court sends SAG suit to trial

A California court has cleared the way for a wrongful termination lawsuit against the SAG.  The lawsuit, brought by former SAG affirmative action executive Patricia Heisser Metoyer, was dismissed in 2004.

Suit targets SAG exec’s former firm

When Doug Allen of the NFL Players Assn. joined SAG as national executive director, his experience co-founding licensing company Players Inc. was touted as a plus. Since then, Players Inc. seems to have sprouted a legal headache.

There’s a flag on the play

When Doug Allen of the NFL Players Assn. joined SAG as national executive director in January, his experience co-founding licensing company Players Inc. was touted as a plus that could bear dividends for the guild.

Calif. tax-credit plan still in limbo

The state Senate on Wednesday will resume deliberations on a state budget that sets aside $75 million in film and TV production incentives -- with even that modest tax-credits provision causing sharp controversy.