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    IATSE Sets Strike Date for Oct. 18








    From The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

    TV and film crew union sets strike date for Oct. 18

    By Rodney Ho, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

    Oct 13, 2021


    The primary union representing most TV and film crews said it will conduct a strike Monday, Oct. 18, if it can’t reach a deal with show producers, which would shut down most production in Georgia.

    The two sides are negotiating a new contract but are struggling to find common ground over issues such as rest periods, meal breaks and better pay for working on streaming service shows.


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    **UPDATE** 10/16/2021






    IATSE and AMPTP Have Reached a Deal to Avert a Strike

    By Gene Maddaus, Cynthia Littleton


    Negotiators from the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees have reached a deal for a new three-year contract, averting a strike that would have shut down film and TV production across the country.

    “The IATSE & Hollywood 13 Locals achieved a tentative agreement w/ AMPTP,” the union told members Saturday afternoon. “Strike averted!”

    The union sent out a list of bullet points on the deal, including 10-hour “turnaround” times between shifts, weekend turnarounds of 54 hours and 32 hours, and 3% wage increases for each of the next three years. The deal also includes increased meal penalties, improved wages and working conditions for streaming productions, and a “living wage” for the lowest-paid workers.

    One union leader called the deal “a greater gain than we’ve made in the history of negotiation.”



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    Well, their just joining the writers. I think they went on strike midway through the third season and never came back

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    The first season of Breaking Bad was cut short because of a strike.

    Not cool.

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    UPDATE






    IATSE and AMPTP Have Reached a Deal to Avert a Strike

    By Gene Maddaus, Cynthia Littleton


    Negotiators from the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees have reached a deal for a new three-year contract, averting a strike that would have shut down film and TV production across the country.

    “The IATSE & Hollywood 13 Locals achieved a tentative agreement w/ AMPTP,” the union told members Saturday afternoon. “Strike averted!”

    The union sent out a list of bullet points on the deal, including 10-hour “turnaround” times between shifts, weekend turnarounds of 54 hours and 32 hours, and 3% wage increases for each of the next three years. The deal also includes increased meal penalties, improved wages and working conditions for streaming productions, and a “living wage” for the lowest-paid workers.

    One union leader called the deal “a greater gain than we’ve made in the history of negotiation.”



    Read the full article here.

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