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The U.S. Screen Actors Guild says its members have elected Ken Howard president and Amy Aquino secretary-treasurer. Both began serving their two-year terms Friday. Ballots were mailed to 99,485 paid-up SAG members Aug. 25, and 27,295 were tabulated Thursday for a return of 27.44 percent.
The U.S. Screen Actors Guild and the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers say they have agreed to meet next week. Talks between the two parties regarding a new contract have been stalled for months.
The Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers says its planned meetings with the U.S.
Alan Rosenberg said he doesn't intend to leave his position of president of the U.S. Screen Actors Guild, despite the replacement this week of Doug Allen. Why would I leave? Rosenberg asked.
Doug Allen announced Monday that he is resigning as national executive director and chief negotiator of the U.S.
The U.S. Screen Actors Guild said Monday it would postpone a strike vote while it tries to reconcile differences between pro-strike and anti-strike members. The union had planned to mail ballots Jan. 2 for a strike authorization vote, with results tabulated by Jan. 23.
The U.S. Screen Actors Guild Wednesday announced strike authorization ballots will be mailed to members Jan. 2. The results are to be tabulated on Jan. 23.
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