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Labor talks start for performers and movie, TV workers

SHERMAN OAKS – One day after talks ended with the Screen Actors Guild, contract negotiations are set to begin today between the second largest performers union and the trade association representing the largest movie and television companies. The American Federation of Television and Radio Artists represents actors and all other on-camera and off-camera talent on all forms of television programming, including such series as HBO’s “Curb Your Enthusiasm”; the CBS comedy “Rules of Engagement” and the NBC drama “Cashmere Mafia.” Its contract expires June 30, like the Screen Actors Guild’s. Representatives of the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers and the Screen Actors Guild met 18 times between April 15 and Tuesday. The talks had been extended twice, most recently on Friday. For the full story visit http://www.dailynews.com/ci_9180305

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