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Thu, 06/22/2017 - 10:33

Devion Malcolm, a youth from Children’s Village in Dobbs Ferry, got a chance to live his dream on June 6, when he toured the WNBC-NY Weather Center in New York.

Children’s Village, a residential school for at-risk youth, knew that Malcolm is interested in pursuing a career as a weatherman, so its Connections program reached out to staff at SAG-AFTRA to set up the visit with the help of meteorologist and SAG-AFTRA member Chris Cimino. Malcolm had the opportunity to tour the station, learn about how the weather center operates, and try out the green screen for himself.

Mon, 06/19/2017 - 08:26

Time is running out! The New York Assembly and New York Senate have UNTIL TOMORROW to vote on a post-mortem Right of Publicity bill to protect the thousands of professional performers who live and work in New York. To make sure your voice is heard, it is critical that you call today to support these bills and share our ad on social media with the hashtags #Jobs and #DigitalExploitation.

Mon, 06/19/2017 - 08:26

Time is running out! The New York Assembly and New York Senate have UNTIL TOMORROW to vote on a post-mortem Right of Publicity bill to protect the thousands of professional performers who live and work in New York. To make sure your voice is heard, it is critical that you call today to support these bills and share our ad on social media with the hashtags #Jobs and #DigitalExploitation.

The following is presented on behalf of the SAG-AFTRA Foundation.
 
Casting Access with Carolyn Volpe of Sesame Street

The SAG-AFTRA Foundation has spaces available for an upcoming New York Young Performers Casting Access class.

When:10:30 a.m., Wednesday, June 28
(Check-in begins at 10:15 a.m.)

Where: New York

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