SAG-AFTRA Magazine The “But, but, but” Issue I call the current issue of the SAG-AFTRA Magazine (pictured above) the “But, but, but” issue because, well, SAG-AFTRA members are informed by the Leadership, in various columns, on how well things are going, but in the middle of every good news story they drop the Ol’ “But, [...]
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Company Town, LA Times. We open the door for Richard!!!Trade Updates!! FLASH!!! SAG-AFTRA Board Approves Commercials Contracts Deal…..
By Richard Verrier This post was updated at 5:50 p.m. April 21, 2013, 4:42 p.m. SAG-AFTRA, the union representing Hollywood actors and other performers, said Sunday it is eliminating 60 positions from the organization as part of plan to balance its budget. The layoffs, about 10% of the jobs at the union, represent the second [...]
HOT FLASH!!! Joint Policy Committee and SAG-AFTRA Reach Tentative Deal on Successor Commercial Agreements!!!
April 6, 2013, 6:50am Filed in: Contracts From SAG-AFTRA Website NEW YORK, (APRIL 6, 2013) — SAG-AFTRA and the Joint Policy Committee have reached a tentative agreement on terms for successor agreements to the television and radio commercials contracts, subject to approval by the SAG-AFTRA National Board of Directors later this month. Both parties recognized [...]
The following came by way of email. I thought you might be interest in viewing it! That is the Question —————- Ned Vaughn is interviewed about the merger on this video. Going through it, and observing Ned’s eye movements and hand gestures, you know he is lying through his teeth. A lot of horse manure [...]
The latest from the Great Reporter Dave McNary….ah, with a few ‘low key’ interjections from the Ol’ SAG Watchdog. (The story sans interruptions follows below.) _________ Opposition remaining dialed down for now Dave McNary Film Reporter @Variety_DMcNary SAG-AFTRA has kept hype and hoopla to minimum since its rowdy announcement of the merger between the Screen [...]