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Learn How to Use SAG’s Low Budget and New Media Agreements

Filed in: MOVE, New Media

Whether you want to produce your own project or just learn more about the provisions under SAG's New Media and Low Budget Contracts, this seminar is for you.

Join us and learn how easy it is to use SAG’s New Media and Low Budget Agreements. This event is sponsored by Hollywood MOVE.

7-9 p.m., Tuesday, September 28, 2010

SAG Headquarters
James Cagney Board Room
5757 Wilshire Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA

Parking will be validated.

SAG New Media Works With Producers to Create Great Product

Filed in: MOVE, New Media

Los Angeles — The Screen Actors Guild New Media staff recently facilitated two separate educational events for members and new media producers, both on the evening of September 7.

Hollywood MOVE and SAG New Media get Technical with Jigsaw Global Media

On Tuesday, August 3, Hollywood MOVE in cooperation with SAG New Media presented Jigsaw Global’s Introduction to Digital Media Production.

 

Screen Actors Guild Celebrates Independent Television at ITVFest

 

Screen Actors Guild was a sponsor of the 5th Annual Independent Television Festival, held July 30 - August 5 at Laemmle’s Sunset 5 in Los Angeles.

SAG New Media Takes on Comic-Con

Filed in: New Media

SAG New Media joined thousands of industry professionals from all areas of entertainment, including many of the leaders in the new media space, as well as thousands of fans for Comic-Con International: San Diego 2010.

EXCLUSIVE: PGA President Marshall Herskovitz on Actors, Internet Productions and this Weekend's Produced By Conference

June 2, 2010 — Marshall Herskovitz is an award-winning writer, producer, and director. He helped create such series as thirtysomething, My So-Called Life and Once and Again.

Among the films he has produced are Legends of the Fall, Traffic, The Last Samurai, Blood Diamond and the upcoming 2010 release Love and Other Drugs. He also directed Jack the Bear and Dangerous Beauty.

"Tomorrow Will Be Televised" to Feature SAG Guests on Friday

SAG National Director, New Media Mark Friedlander and Associate National Director, Affirmative Action & Diversity Adam Moore will be guests on the program Tomorrow Will Be Televised Friday, April 30. The program runs live at noon PST/3 p.m. EST on BlogTalk Radio.

 

Screen Actors Guild Joins the Spring Line-up at the Digital Hollywood Content Summit on May 5

Filed in: Event, New Media

Digital Hollywood (May 3-6, 2010) has evolved into one of the definitive technology and brand/advertising conferences for the digital era.