It was just announced that SAG and AFTRA members overwhelmingly voted to approve a merger, creating a new entity, SAG-AFTRA.
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a federal judge has a blocked the request for a injunction that would have temporarily stopped the vote on the merger between SAG and AFTRA
Longtime SAG member Ed Harris and former SAG President Ed Asner each filmed something showing their opposition and the 3rd video has a handful of recognizable faces urging us to vote “No.”
SAG and AFTRA are trotting out the big guns to get us – the collective ‘us’ – to vote ‘Yes’ on the upcoming merger.
SAG and AFTRA will be holding an online informational meeting this Wednesday (February 22nd) at 4-6 p.m. PT/7-9 p.m. ET.
If you haven’t seen it, the new Sag-Aftra website is up and running at sagaftra.org.
SAG and AFTRA released the merger documents which go into detail all the specifics of the proposed merging of the unions.
New details of the potential SAG and AFTRA merger, including initiation fees, yearly base dues and AFTRA not budging on it’s ‘open-door’ policy.
As probably most Daily Actor readers know, getting Screen Actors Guild (SAG) membership — and all its inherent benefits — is a major goal for any up-and-coming actor. American Federation of Television and Radio Arts (AFTRA) membership, however, has been open to anyone willing to pay the initiation fee.
SAG and AFTRA have finally come to terms on a merger package.