Saturday, December 10, 2011

Journalists Should Oppose SAG/AFTRA Actors Union Merger

America's two major actors unions -- SAG and AFTRA -- are once again talking merger. That's bad news for AFTRA's broadcast journalist members, because journalists and actors have opposing legal interests.

Tabloid reporter Mimi Brickmeyer explains why AFTRA's journalist members should oppose the planned SAG/AFTRA merger.


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

What a poor argument. AFTRA and SAG shouldn't merge because it's important for journalists to know the age of ACTORS? And to protect the "rights" of paparazzi? You obviously know very little about the performing arts business and journalism. You're a hobbyist who is a perfect example of Dunning-Kruger effect.