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    SAG-AFTRA Leaders Await Final Election Results

    With SAG-AFTRA election results set to be announced Thursday, union co-president Roberta Reardon will turn her attention to winning the union's executive vice presidency if she fails in her bid to lead the New York Local. "If this goes south, then I'm going to turn and look at ...

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    SAG-AFTRA Gears Up for Commercials Negotiations

    SAG-AFTRA has begun ratcheting up its preparations for the upcoming commercials contracts negotiation. Negotiators for the advertising industry say their side doesn't anticipate issues arising between the parties that could lead to a strike. But union members say it's too soon to tell how the national membership will ...

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    SAG-AFTRA Leader: Staff-Cut Talk 'Premature'

    SAG-AFTRA executive director David White sent a memo to board members and alternates calling the reports of staff cuts “premature and not official.”

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    SAG Awards Voting Ends Friday

    Members have until noon on Friday, Jan. 17, to get their votes in for the Screen Actors Guild Awards actor categories

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    ‘Home Improvement’ Actor Running for SAG-AFTRA Prez

    Ballots will be mailed July 21 to eligible SAG-AFTRA members to determine whether Patricia Richardson (“Home Improvement”) will take over for current national president, Ken Howard. Also up for grabs is the secretary-treasurer position, for which stuntwoman Jane Austin and actor Jenny O’Hara will vie.

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    SAG-AFTRA Needs Your Voice

    SAG-AFTRA has launched its grass-roots effort to defeat Proposition 32 in California, which it calls a “dangerous ballot initiative.”

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    L.A. Building Renamed for SAG-AFTRA

    The building where the merger of Screen Actors Guild and the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists was negotiated now bears the name of the union that was born from that merger.

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    SAG-AFTRA Plans Zombie Protest Against Prop. 32

    SAG-AFTRA is turning to the undead in its campaign against Proposition 32. The union has come out against the November ballot initiative, also known as "paycheck protection," which would prevent corporations and unions from using payroll deductions for political purposes. It would also ban those entities from donating directly to ...

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    SAG-AFTRA Shuffles Leadership As Negotiations Loom

    The performers' union has been canvassing its ranks ahead of the TV/theatrical talks with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers, a start date for which is expected to be announced soon.

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    'Beasts' Misses Union Deadline

    Popular indie "Beasts of the Southern Wild" missed the deadline to become eligible for the Screen Actors Guild Awards.