Studios Say They Will Negotiate No Further With Latest Offer To End Hollywood Strike
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Studios Say They Will , Negotiate No Further , With Latest Offer To End Hollywood Strike.
On November 6, SAG-AFTRA is expected
to deliver its response to major studios'
"last, best and final" offer. .
'Variety' reports that the Hollywood union's
negotiating committee spent nearly
12 hours deliberating on its response. .
On November 4, the Alliance of Motion Picture and
Television Producers said its current offer is as good
as it will get and said it would not negotiate further. .
On November 4, the Alliance of Motion Picture and
Television Producers said its current offer is as good
as it will get and said it would not negotiate further. .
The latest offer reportedly includes success bonuses
for streaming shows, boosted minimum rates and
safeguards against artificial intelligence. .
'Variety' reports that several members of
the union's negotiating committee have
expressed discontent over the latest offer on X.
Four of those committee members retweeted
a call for high-profile union members to
pressure studios to improve the deal.
A potential deal would end the 116-day strike and
potentially allow production to restart in January.
However, studio CEOs have warned that it may
be impossible to salvage certain 13-episode
seasons of some broadcast shows.
However, studio CEOs have warned that it may
be impossible to salvage certain 13-episode
seasons of some broadcast shows.
According to 'Variety,' the union is seeking
to veto the offer over AI and the rights
to create "digital doubles" of actors.
Meanwhile, the strike continues,
with picket lines planned throughout
the week in New York and Los Angeles.
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