SAG Talks End With Whimper

May 2, 2008  •  Post A Comment

The Screen Actors Guild concluded negotiations with the studios today with little progress and no plans for discussions before the guild’s contract expires June 30, Daily Variety reports. The studios have criticized SAG for asking for DVD and new media terms that are better than what the Writers and Directors Guilds of America received, the newspaper says.
— Danny King

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  1. I think SAG members had better listen to their hyphenate brothers and sisters in WGA & DGA and tell the SAG “leaders” to get off their high horse and negotiate a deal.
    The guidelines are there. The work has been done.
    The industry can NOT deal with the instability, nor the potential reality of another strike.
    Peter Bright

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