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Entertainment Industry Urges Supreme Court to Maintain First Amendment Protections

WASHINGTON (September 17, 2010) – A broad entertainment industry coalition today urged the U.S. Supreme Court to uphold a 9th Circuit Court of Appeals ruling that found unconstitutional the 2005 California law restricting the sale and rental to minors of computer and video games deemed to be overly violent.

4As "Do Not Work" Notice: JD LAWRENCE PRESENTS ME & MRS JONES

Producer: Executive Producers LLC
Writer/Director: JD Lawrence

AEA, AFTRA, AGMA, AGVA and SAG members are advised that Actors' Equity Association does NOT have a contract for this production.

AEA, AFTRA, AGMA, AGVA and SAG members may NOT accept employment in this production without an Equity contract.

Equity Franchised Agents are reminded that it is a violation of the Agency Regulations to submit Equity members for non-Equity work.

4As "Do Not Work" Notice: THE RIDE, "A new live entertainment experience taking place on the streets of New York."

Producer: The Ride NY, Jonathan P. Danforth, Director and President/CEO

AEA, AFTRA, AGMA, AGVA and SAG members are advised that Actors' Equity Association does NOT have a contract for this production.

AEA, AFTRA, AGMA, AGVA and SAG members may NOT accept employment in this production without an Equity contract.

Equity Franchised Agents are reminded that it is a violation of the Agency Regulations to submit Equity members for non-Equity work.

Actors and Ballplayers Give Labor Day Weekend Shout-Outs

Filed in: AFL-CIO

Whether it was a drama at the multiplex or a baseball game at the stadium, millions of Americans spent their Labor Day weekend being entertained in some fashion.

Joint SAG and AFTRA National Board Approves Proposals for Primetime TV and Theatrical Negotiations

Filed in: Contracts

LOS ANGELES and NEW YORK (Sept. 12, 2010) – The Joint National Board of Screen Actors Guild (SAG) and the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA, AFL-CIO) today met by videoconference plenary in Los Angeles and New York and approved a package of proposals for the upcoming Joint AFTRA Exhibit A and SAG TV/Theatrical Negotiations.
 

Screen Actors Guild National Board of Directors Meets via Videoconference in Los Angeles and New York

SAG National Board Votes to:

Commence 2011 Industrial and Educational Contract Negotiation Process;
 
Delegate Bargaining Authority to Screen Actors Guild Basic Cable Negotiating Committees and Chief Negotiator; and
 
Explore Coordinated Bargaining of Live Action Basic Cable Programming with American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA)

SAG Labor Day Picnic Draws 500-Plus

The Hollywood Holiday Host Committee delivered another crowd-pleasing Labor Day Weekend picnic on September 4 at the Hollywood Bowl.

More than 500 Guild members and their guests joined to celebrate workers’ rights while enjoying a sunny Saturday out at the Camrose Picnic Area. As usual, it was a time to display union pride and for old friends to catch up, and for some to make new friends. National Executive Director David White and Los Angeles City Council Member Tom La Bonge joined Guild committee members and rank and file in saluting working actors.