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AFTRAAmerican Federation of Television & Radio Artists
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"These projects were all carefully selected to make sure that they achieve the goals of helping African countries trade better with each other and to facilitate their integration into global value chains," said AfTra Fund Coordinator, Moono Mupotola.
However SAG - Hollywood's biggest acting union with around 120,000 members - and the 70,000-strong AFTRA are at loggerheads after the smaller union agreed a tentative deal with AMPTP.
Carney quietly took his slap on the wrist from Carroll without an AFTRA representative in the room at his reprimand meeting with the general manager.
AFTRA represents more than 80,000 performers in the United States, included featured and non-featured recording vocalists.
That's not even counting the additional AFTRA TV contracts that expire in the fall.
Other terms include use of Screen Actors Guild members for the first 15 extras used per day in theatrical and television productions and the first 30 extras used in film productions; the strengthening of SAG'S nondiscrimination and equal opportunity provision; and extension of the SAG provision for "an act of God" and illness to AFTRA primetime dramatic programs.
Section 28's bargaining requirement applies to sound recordings and footage "made under the jurisdiction of the Union." This has been recognized as meaning that the pre-existing sound recording or footage was made under the union contract applicable to the field in which the content was originally produced, e.g., the AFTRA Sound Recording Code for Sound Recordings, or the SAG-AFTRA Basic Film and Television Agreement.
The larger and more militant Screen Actors Guild (SAG) this week enlisted such high-profile members as Jack Nicholson, Ben Stiller and Nick Nolte in its campaign to scuttle a contract negotiated by the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA).
"Across the board, the networks have done a better job," says Ray Bradford, national director of equal employment opportunities at the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA).
On the "to watch" list: testy negotiations between AFTRA and KMOX.
And the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA) does the same for those involved in television and radio broadcasts.