The combined union replaces their separate contracts with 92 percent support from their membership
About 500 casting directors in New York and Los Angeles represented by the Teamsters will vote to ratify the new 3-year pact with TV and...
IATSE's new 3-year contract with the TV and film studios for workers outside NY and LA includes 2 percent wage hike and a boost in...
Producers and the local union of animators had agreed back in June
The new contract with the AMPTP calls for 2% annual raises and gains in benefits compensation for 38,000 IATSE workers
The contract, which runs through 2015 and calls for 2% annual raises, now goes to the Animation Guild membership for ratification
Compromises from both IATSE and AMPTP help close the $400 million deficit in health care and pension plans
The studios and the union representing below-the-line workers had broken off talks to rework proposals on wage, health care and pension issues. They'll return to...
The one-year agreement covers about 450 people on both coasts
Casting directors will meet Sept. 15 to ratify the proposed contract
The Assn. of Media Composers and Lyricists wanted to represent composers and songwriters, who are considered independent contractors
Agreement now goes to membership for vote
Deal's terms fall in line with the soft 2% wage-increase pattern set late last year when SAG and AFTRA carved out their agreement with the...
With current agreement winding down, Writers Guild and producers alliance finally set a date to sit down at the bargaining table
The two leading acting union overwhelmingly approved a new contract with Hollywood producers
Directors Guild will release details of new deal Wednesday to its national board
After three days of pattern bargaining, talent union gets the same terms it received on its just signed broadcast/theatrical deal
As suspected, talent unions get only 2% minimum wage increases on new tentative three-year broadcast TV/theatrical agreement; they do secure 10% health and pension funding...
Talent guilds aren't likely to surpass what other entertainment unions secured recently -- nor will they get significant health and pension bumps
SAG and AFTRA begin first round of major contract negotiations with AMPTP on Monday, with the rhetoric and acrimony dialed way down
Had been acting president since Nick Counter retired in April.
Wage, pension increases are retroactive to June 10.
Deal includes wage, increases in pension and health contributions, and residuals for new-media.
Includes effective annual wage increases of 3.5%; two-year agreement ends June 30, 2011.
the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers, announced that their long-time AMPTP President Nick Counter will retire on March 31, 2009.
The Screen Actors Guild National Board of Directors voted on Saturday 73% to 27% to "reject the AMPTPs last, best and final offer dated February...
Dear Screen Actors Guild member, As you know, the Guild was scheduled to resume negotiations today regarding the expired TV/Theatrical contract. However, that meeting had to...
In an emotional letter, the weakened SAG president defended his chief negotiator Doug Allen who was booted from office by angry board members.
What’s left of the looming strike by the Screen Actors Guild? Precious little after a dramatic day in which a majority of members of the...