1 Hollywood Union votes against strike Posted July 12, 2008

1 Hollywood Union votes against strike

A Hollywood Union has voted against strike action regarding the unsettled actors contract. The Union, The American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA), is the smaller of the two Hollywood actors unions, the larger Screen Actors Guild is still in negotiations with TV & Movie producers about a new actors contract.

The SAG is still negotiating and it looks unlikely they would be able to muster up enough support to call a strike. So for now, TV & Movie production is safe.

Comments (1)

Anonymous United States, 12:33 Dec 3 2008.
Hallelujah!! I don't want to sit through another strike. I didn't want Big Bang Theory to suffer.

Leave a comment

  • This small check can help us identify automated spam.

Possibly Related Stories

Title Date Posted
SAG rift might avert strike December 15, 2008

The Screen Actors Guild is suffering an internal rift that might avert a costly actors' strike. Read the full story

Actors to strike? November 29, 2008

Hollywood is on the brink of another costly strike as the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) is to send out strike ballot papers to members next month. Read the full story

Television production under threat July 1, 2008

The Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers (AMPTP) today warned that television production is under threat after the start of a "de facto" strike by actors. The Screen Actors Guild (SAG) is demanding more money for actors from Internet download and DVDs of their work. Read the full story

Actors to strike? June 24, 2008

One strike in a year is bad luck, but two? A scary prospect which will put fear in the heart of studio execs. Read the full story