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By Christopher Cadelgo | April 22, 2009
BURBANK — The fate of a proposed new contract with the major studios rests in the hands of actors, after the Screen Actors Guild’s national board voted to accept a new two-year contract that improves wages and establishes a pay structure for Internet projects. The proposed deal, approved by 53% of the board with 47% in opposition, is similar to what studios offered 10 months ago. It includes a 3.5% annual increase in minimum payments made to film and television actors and follows new-media requirements agreed to previously by writers and directors.
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By Christopher Cadelago | April 23, 2009
BURBANK — The fate of a proposed new contract with the major studios rests in the hands of actors, after the Screen Actors Guild’s national board voted to accept a new two-year contract that improves wages and establishes a pay structure for Internet projects. The proposed deal, approved by 53% of the board with 47% in opposition, is similar to what studios offered 10 months ago. It includes a 3.5% annual increase in minimum payments made to film and television actors and follows new-media requirements agreed to previously by writers and directors.
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