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-------------------- Actors union has its own script --------------------
The Screen Actors Guild is preparing for a fight in contract talks. But in strike-weary Hollywood, it won't be easy.
By Richard Verrier and Claudia Eller Los Angeles Times Staff Writers
January 30 2008
When Alan Rosenberg was elected president of the Screen Actors Guild in 2005, he vowed to take a hard line against the Hollywood studios. After years of moderation and pragmatism, Rosenberg argued, the union needed a more aggressive leadership to square off against the corporate behemoths that could undercut actors in the new era of digital entertainment.
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