Television Animation Agreement

The new deal also includes an animation gain for payments for interstitial bits – animated programs lasting less than two minutes. The new agreement builds on the union`s recently ratified action film and live television contract and contains many benefits applicable to the agreement, including: SAG-AFTRA has entered into a preliminary agreement with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers for a three-year contract for television entertainment. The animation artist community is active and remains organized to ensure that members receive the protection, benefits and fair pay they deserve because they are the best in the business. On September 19, SAG-AFTRA and the producers announced that we had reached a preliminary agreement for the TV animation contract. The SAG-AFTRA Board of Directors unanimously approved the union`s new televised animation agreements, which are now sent to members for ratification by a recommended “yes. The new three-year pact, which runs retroactively to July 1, includes animated programs produced for television, including network, basic cable and streaming platforms such as Hulu and Amazon Prime. The agreement was reached earlier this month with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers. “This is a forward-looking deal that sets up our successful negotiations on television and film contracts, and even offers new avenues for applying scale minimums to animated programs for subscription streaming services, a very important bread and butter topic for our members and a unique strategic breakthrough for this contract,” said Gabrielle Carteris, SaG-AFTRA President. The performers` union, SAG-AFTRA, has ratified a three-year television animation contract with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers, with 87.68 per cent in favour and 12.32 per cent against. Stay informedYou`ll find more details here.

If you need additional information after checking the documents in the document, send your unanswered questions to tvanimation@sagaftra.org or call (866) 296-0503. The actors gathered at events in New York and Los Angeles, where they discussed how to get a fair offer to work on animated series for streaming services such as Hulu, Amazon Prime and Netflix. Formal negotiations between the SAG-AFTRA negotiating committee and AMPTP began on October 30, 2017 in Los Angeles and ended on September 19, 2018. SAG-AFTRA`s NATIONAL COUNCIL unanimously approved the interim agreement at its meeting on 20 October. “The industry is changing and our contracts are changing,” Ray Rodriguez Rodriguez, Chief Contracts Officer of SAG-AFTRA, said in a statement. “Building on our successful TV/theatre negotiations, the new animation contracts position members to increase the residue of subscription streaming services, the area of the greatest growth.” “Building on our successful TV/theatre negotiations, the new animation contracts position members to increase the remnants of subscription streaming services – the area of greatest growth,” said Ray Rodriguez, Chief Contracts Officer of SAG-AFTRA. The deal announced Monday includes animated programs produced for television, including network television, basic cable and streaming platforms.