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Television Animation and Basic Cable Animation Caucus to be Held in New York March 11

All SAG-AFTRA members who work the Television Animation and Basic Cable Agreements are invited to attend this caucus. The purpose of this caucus is to hear the issues and concerns from the membership regarding the upcoming Television Animation Agreement and Basic Cable Animation Agreement negotiations. These agreements expire on June 30, 2014. The caucus is open to all paid-up members and participation will be limited only by fire rules.

New York W&W Schedule Change Due to Impending Storm

Filed in: New York Local

Due to the forecasted snow storm, the following changes have been made to the W&W Meeting Schedule for Thursday, Feb. 13.

SAG-AFTRA New York Welcomes Members to its Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting

NEW YORK (Jan. 22, 2014) — SAG-AFTRA N.Y. is now open!

Today, SAG-AFTRA officially opened its New York office, marking its arrival at One Lincoln Plaza, 1900 Broadway. This new space, across from Lincoln Center, serves as one of two national offices and houses the New York Local. The new location brings together all staff who previously worked in two locations since the March 2012 merger.

SAG-AFTRA NY Local Announces Move to New Office, Launches Website

Filed in: New York Local

SAG-AFTRA is heading to Broadway!

On Friday, Dec. 20, the union’s two separate Madison Avenue offices will shut its doors for good and reopen Jan. 6 at One Lincoln Plaza, 1900 Broadway. This new space, across from Lincoln Center, will unite staff, who have been working in two locations since the March 2012 merger. Members, who have shuffled between the 260 and 360 Madison Avenue locations will now have one convenient location to conduct all their union business.

Actors Access for Performers with Disabilities

Actors Access for Performers with Disabilities

Inclusion in the Arts
Breakdown Services
Casting Directors and
Media Access Task Force

invite you to

Actors Access for Performers with Disabilities

SAG-AFTRA Members Support Those with Leukemia

Support Members with Leukemia

SAG-AFTRA New York Local Co-President Holter Graham is battling leukemia and, along with thousands of others, is beginning the marrow transplant process. All performers know that even a soliloquy takes more than one person. This is an opportunity for us to pull together and offer our support to the many people fighting this disease.

SAG-AFTRA General Services Agreement Seminar Thursday, March 14, 2013 in Los Angeles and New York City

SAG-AFTRA National Agency staff will hold a bi-coastal educational seminar on general service agreements, or GSAs (i.e. the contracts that some agents have been using to represent our members instead of the standard Legacy SAG agency contracts). These GSA contracts are signed outside of SAG-AFTRA’s protection, and it is imperative that members have a working knowledge of what these contracts say before signing them — your professional future and your income may depend on it.