‘Unprecedented Gains’ Achieved In Tentative Deal Between Hollywood Directors And Studios

  • The Directors Guild of America (DGA) announced this weekend a tentative deal with Hollywood’s bargaining representative for studio companies.
  • The agreement, which aims to gradually improve wages and establish guardrails for union members against artificial intelligence replacement, could avert an expansion of a strike that is rocking the film industry.
  • In a news release, DGA union officials touted “unprecedented gains” in the prospective three-year collective-bargaining deal with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers (AMPTP), which negotiates virtually all industry-wide guild and union contracts for hundreds of producers in the entertainment industry.
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