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Archive for tag: 2004

SAG-AFTRA Mourns the Passing of Former Board Member David Huddleston.

5 August, 2016 (17:16) | 2016 | By: Arlin Miller

  (Selected from SAG AFTRA website) August 04, 2016, 8:08pm LOS ANGELES (Aug. 4, 2016) — Veteran performer David Huddleston died Tuesday at age 85. Over the course of three decades, Huddleston served more than 10 years on the national board of Screen Actors Guild. He was elected to multi-year terms in 1976, 1982, 2000 […]

From The Watchdog Time Machine: A Peach of a Post from almost a Decade Ago.

12 November, 2013 (14:14) | 2013 | By: Arlin Miller

It was a Peach of a Party, 19 April, 2004 (20:04) | 2004, SAG Politics | By: Arlin Miller If the truth is to be known, the main reason that I maintain the Ol’ Watchdog website is because as a, ah, journalist, it guarantees me an invite to the “A” Christmas party of the year! […]

SAG Watchdog Exclusive: The Info SAG’s Leadership does not want you to know! Rick Barker with his side of the story on his Conflict Of Interest Lawsuit!

19 April, 2004 (20:04) | 2004, SAG Politics | By: Arlin Miller

In a November 21st article of Variety Magazine, SAG CEO Pisano slammed SAG Members Rick Barker and Gil Combs for filing their Conflict Of Interest lawsuit over SAG’s practice of allowing elected officers to also serve as AFTRA board members. On subsequent occasions it seems the current leadership has not missed a beat in berating […]

WGA Prexy takes assertive tack

19 April, 2004 (20:04) | 2004, SAG Politics | By: Arlin Miller

Posted: Mon., Jan. 12, 2004, 5:57pm PT WGA looks ahead New guild prexy Holland encourages troops By DAVE MCNARY Variety Magazine HOLLYWOOD — Taking an assertive initial tack, new WGA West president Charles Holland has declared that last week’s surprise departure of Victoria Riskin from the prexy slot hasn’t hurt the guild as it heads […]

ATA/NATR EXPOSE’ SAG WATCHDOG EXCLUSIVE: “Lies your union has told you ”

19 April, 2004 (20:04) | 2004, SAG Politics | By: Arlin Miller

It has been over a year and a half since the ATA/NATR referendum, that CEO Bob Pisano and Melissa Gilbert tried to push onto the membership, was resoundingly defeated. At that time, rather than enforce SAG’s Codified Agency regulations, Mr. Pisano convinced the SAG Board to “temporarily” suspend enforcement of Article 16 (a) of the […]