SAG Vote Timing Questioned

Dec 8, 2008  •  Post A Comment

Scheduling a Screen Actors Guild strike vote over the December holidays is raising questions since much of the entertainment industry is shut down during the week, the Los Angeles Times reports. The timing may help support SAG’s leaders if more nonworking actors turn out because they might be more likely to vote for a walkout. Separately, SAG is limiting today’s information conference to 450 members, and some members may picket the meeting in protest, says DeadlineHollywoodDaily.
—Aimee Picchi

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