SAG May Resume Talks With Studios

Jan 28, 2009  •  Post A Comment

With a new executive director and chief negotiator in place, the Screen Actors Guild is expected to return to the bargaining table as soon as next week, some board members tell the New York Times. The SAG group that forced out Doug Allen as executive director wants to settle quickly, before the union’s contract with advertisers covering commercial work becomes an issue.
—Jon Lafayette

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  1. If former SAG presidents like Richard Masur can come out in favor of moderation, maybe it’s for the best that Rosenberg appeared humble(if somewhat chastened)on the awards telecast 1/25. He should learn that anything is negotiable.

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