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    Talk Back

    s actors, we believe wholeheartedly that we are also truth-tellers. As storytellers, we make stories come to life. We symbolize courage every moment of our journey as we present ourselves in the public eye.

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    Hispanics See TV Hiring Progress

    The TV season that brought Emmy honors to America Ferrera also saw a rise in employment opportunities for Hispanics at the major networks.

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    The Actors Fund of America and the Americans for

    The Actors Fund of America and the Americans for the Arts Emergency Relief Fund are offering emergency financial help to actors and other artists affected by the recent wildfires in Southern California.

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    There's No Falling Into Fall

    As an actor just breaking into the game, is there hope for you to become a part of the upcoming fall lineup? The best way to become part of the new fall season of shows is to learn about them.

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    Headshot Central

    Need new headshots? Trust Back Stage's photographers before answering some ad posted on a lamppost.

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    Actorfest marks the second joint open call for

    Actorfest marks the second joint open call for NBC and Telemundo; the first was in Miami in June. Raúl Xumalin, vice president of talent development for Telemundo, says it presents "a chance of seeing and getting a list of fresh new faces. We're joining forces and getting a base ...

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    Series to Focus On Creative Development Process

    The Commercial Theatre Institute has announced its first new program initiative in more than two decades: a six-week seminar series focusing on the creative development process.

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    The Time for Big Talk

    The upcoming talks on a new film-and-TV contract between the Writers Guild of America and the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers, scheduled to begin July 16 in Los Angeles, will focus on new media, residuals, and reality television, among many other issues. But these negotiations represent much more ...