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by Jonathan Handel
In addition to the Screen Actor magazine you've traditionally received in your home, SAG now has a new digital issue, a companion to the print version, with exclusive bonus content you can't get in print, such as video and links to other online content. Take a look here! You can even download your own SAG Awards scorecard. (No substitute for actual voting of course, but it will help you keep track of your picks when the big show airs live this Sunday at 5 p.m. PT/8 p.m. ET on TNT and TBS.
WHO: 10-year-old actress Fatima Ptàcek (Saturday Night Live, Sesame Street, The Royal Pains and the upcoming The Rebound starring Catherine Zeta-Jones), celebrity storyteller Adrian Martinez (Law and Order, Flight of the Conchords, Morning Glory), R.Evolución Latina’s founders Luis Salgado (In the Heights-Broadway, Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown-Broadway) and Gabriela Garcia (Chicago-Broadway), volunteer readers from the SAG Foundation BookPALS (Performing Artists for Litera
Los Angeles (January 14, 2011) – In national voting completed today, members of the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists and Screen Actors Guild voted overwhelmingly to approve a new, three-year contract covering theatrical and television production under the Producer-Screen Actors Guild Basic Agreement and Television Agreement, Exhibit A to the AFTRA Network Television Code and the CW Supplement, which applies to both unions.
Los Angeles (December 10, 2010) --- Screen Actors Guild and the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists announced that ratification ballots will mail today to approximately 137,000 AFTRA and SAG eligible voters. The joint referendum requires a vote on the proposed successor agreements to the Screen Actors Guild Basic Agreement and Television Agreement, AFTRA Exhibit A to the Network Television Code and the CW Supplement, which applies to both unions.
Los Angeles (December 7, 2010) -- The Screen Actors Guild today released the following statement:
“Screen Actors Guild congratulates our brothers and sisters of the Directors Guild of America on successfully concluding their negotiations with the AMPTP. We applaud the efforts of the DGA’s entire negotiating team in reaching this tentative agreement and look forward to reviewing the details.”