After ten months of sometimes explosive negotiations, the Screen Actors Guild and the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers have mutually agreed to terms for a contract that has yet to be finalized, according to a joint statement released by SAG and the AMPTP. No word on the details of the potential compromise–the actors and producers have been at loggerheads over a wide range of issues since the actors’ contract expired in June–but SAG’s national board of directors will be reviewing the proposal during a videoconference on Sunday, April 19.
Posted April 17 2009 — 9:15 PM EDT
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