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An Important Announcement About ART Payroll

Filed in: Member Alert

Some SAG-AFTRA members have received notice from American Residuals and Talent, Inc., d/b/a ART Payroll, regarding a data security breach at their company. The breach may have affected the data of individuals who have received payments from ART Payroll.
 
We are working with ART Payroll to ensure all proper steps are taken to mitigate this data security breach.
 

Veterans Day Office Closure

Filed in: Member Alert

In observance of Veterans Day, all SAG-AFTRA offices will be closed on Tuesday, November 11, re-opening on Wednesday, November 12.

Happy Veterans Day!

SAG-AFTRA Remembers Danny Murphy

SAG-AFTRA joins the entertainment community in mourning the loss of actor, activist and friend, Danny Murphy.

Danny MurphyDanny played an instrumental role in the union as a member of the Performers With Disabilities (PWD) Committee as well as a founding member of the then-tri-union global campaign I AM PWD (Inclusion in the Arts & Media of People with Disabilities).

Do Not Work Notice: Non-Union Syndicated Show "Laughs"

Attention all members: Please read the following important notice regarding the Half Life Productions program Laughs.
 
SAG-AFTRA has issued a "no-contract, no-work" order for the first-run syndicated program Laughs, produced by Half Life Productions and Executive Producer Steve Hofstetter. This company has not yet executed a minimum basic agreement with SAG-AFTRA.
 

A Message from Ken Howard and David White

Dear Member,

We are pleased to announce that last night we reached a tentative agreement in our TV/Theatrical Contract negotiations with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers (AMPTP).

Support the Federal Shield Law and Contact Your Representatives

Filed in: Member Alert

Thousands of SAG-AFTRA members are working journalists and they need to know that they will not be compelled to reveal the confidential sources they depend on to cover important news stories. Without a federal shield law, reporters face dire penalties, including imprisonment and/or severe fines, for upholding their professional code of ethics to report news in the public interest.