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Sat, 04/30/2011 - 18:19

Guild Task Force to work directly with AFTRA counterparts to develop formal merger plan for approval by National Boards in January 2012.

Los Angeles, (April 30, 2011) – The Screen Actors Guild National Board of Directors today unanimously approved the creation of a Merger Task Force to work with their AFTRA counterparts in developing a formal plan to unite SAG and AFTRA members in one union.

Fri, 04/29/2011 - 00:00

SAG New Media is proud sponsor to Digital Hollywood Content Summit Spring 2011, May 2-5 at the Ritz Carlton, Marina Del Rey. As part of the sponsorship, SAG members will receive a special discounted rate of $95 for registration.
 
Don’t miss the SAG Mini-summit on Tuesday, May 3.
 
For more information on the conference and to register at the discounted SAG member rate visit: http://www.digitalhollywood.info/DHSAGRegistrationLA.html

Thu, 04/28/2011 - 16:04

The SAG and AFTRA Presidents’ Forum for One Union has been holding Listening Tour meetings throughout the country to get input from members, and three additional dates have been set.

If you cannot attend, you can still share your thoughts by emailing oneunion@sag.org.

For more information about the Presidents’ Forum for One Union and the Listening Tour meetings, please visit http://www.sag.org/oneunion.

Tue, 04/26/2011 - 09:02

In light of Monday’s news regarding a law enforcement investigation into the illegal uploading of several of this year's award-winning films, Screen Actors Guild has released the following statement:

“Whether it involves a criminal business enterprise or a member of our community, illegal uploading and downloading of copyrighted materials is stealing, pure and simple.

Thu, 04/21/2011 - 12:35

LOS ANGELES (April 21, 2011) – Screen Actors Guild today announced that Deborah Skelly has joined the Guild as executive director of industry relations and organizing. Skelly comes to SAG most recently from Fusion Film Group LLC, where she served as vice president of business and legal affairs. As a published author, former feature film agent and comedy talent representative, Skelly understands first-hand the creative talent landscape and is an accomplished and aggressive advocate for actors.
 

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