SAG Call Sheet Winter 2012

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W ith more than 31,000 total views, as many as 2,000 SAG members and producers tuned in concurrently via a live online stream on November 30 to learn how technology can make signing a production with SAG easier than ever. The coast-to-coast event, presented jointly by the MOVE Hollywood and MOVE New York committees, took place at SAG headquarters in Hollywood, with participants linked in via videoconference from New York and Florida. Branches in Dallas, Boston, Colorado, Nevada and Portland hosted viewing parties and viewers submitted questions via email and Twitter. The discussion focused on the SAG Production Center, which provides a wealth of information for actors and producers, providing downloadable forms and rate sheets, and allowing certain types of productions to sign via the Internet. To view the video, go to Panelists discuss the SAG Production Center during the November 30 livestream. Coast to Coast, Production Center on the 'MOVE' Kate Flannery JOIN US 4 in creating one union with the power to negotiate the best pay, working conditions, and benefits. At this historic moment in the evolution of TV, film, and sound recordings of all kinds, we must come together in ONE UNION for real strength. But it can't happen unless you VOTE YES.

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