SAG Letter Requests Meeting With AMPTP

Sep 29, 2008  •  Post A Comment

The Screen Actors Guild is asking the Alliance of Motion Picture & Television Producers’ Nick Counter, Fox President Peter Chernin and Disney President Bob Iger to return to the bargaining table for the first time since June 30, the Hollywood Reporter says. In a letter sent today to the producers association, SAG’s Doug Allen and Alan Rosenberg write, “We believe it is clear that our members would fail to ratify your proposal of June 30, 2008. It would serve no productive purpose, therefore, to send our membership a proposal that SAG’s National Negotiating Committee and National Board have rejected and that our membership would not ratify.” The AMPTP has yet to formally respond to the letter.
—Christopher Perez

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