Rosenberg Predicts SAG Vote Will Fail

May 18, 2009  •  Post A Comment

Screen Actors Guild President Alan Rosenberg is predicting the union’s members will vote down the proposed contract with the studios, Daily Variety reports. “I think there’s a good chance that of members voting this down. It’s a terrible deal that hasn’t changed since we started negotiating, especially in the new media provisions,” Rosenberg said at a picnic in Los Angeles’ Griffith Park on Sunday, Variety says. SAG is readying the contract ratification ballots to be mailed to members this week, the trade paper adds.
—Aimee Picchi


  1. Alan Rosenberg should be the subject of a SAG vote to oust him.
    He single handedly has done more damage to the future of SAG than any other individual on either coast.
    He was in Griffith Park this past weekend? Probably on the Merry-Go-Round, where he has obviously had his head for several years (or more).
    Alan needs to act where the words are written for him…period.
    Peter Bright

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