SAG-AFTRA is constant negotiations with studios and streaming platforms to attempt to finish the continued actors’ strike.
The union’s negotiating committee lately engaged in marathon periods to deliberate over the newest supply from the businesses.
The talks, which have lasted about two weeks, have been centered round addressing considerations associated to synthetic intelligence (AI) within the leisure business.
“Following a gathering Monday night time with the AMPTP, the TV/Theatrical Negotiating Committee spent 10 hours deliberating immediately and we are going to proceed on Wednesday,” the union tweeted on Tuesday.
“We respect your endurance and assist whereas we end our work.”
One key level of competition has been the studios’ proposed AI rules for “Schedule F” performers, who’re high-earning guild members exceeding minimums for collection regulars and have movies.
Ongoing SAG-AFTRA negotiations
SAG-AFTRA has been targeted on closing potential loopholes in AI rules to guard performers over the subsequent three years.
The strike, which started earlier in 2023, is now in its 118th day. Each events are working in direction of a decision, and the union is anticipated to offer its response to the newest supply from the studios sooner or later.
SAG-AFTRA stays dedicated to securing a good deal for its members and is addressing varied points, together with these associated to AI, within the negotiations.