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Big Ten Network Broadcast Workers Vote for IATSE Representation
Tuesday, June 19, 2018
After a decisive vote, technicians at the Network’s live events control rooms in Chicago will seek a contract providing them with industry standard wages and benefit contributions, and improved working conditions.
United Association of Labor Educators 2018 Women’s Summer Schools
Tuesday, May 29, 2018
Each summer, the United Association of Labor Educators (UALE) sponsors four regional “women’s schools”. These residential programs typically last between 4 and 5 days, and include classes and workshops on a variety of union-related topics.
Statement of the IATSE and DGA regarding the Joint Resolution to rescind the FCC Order on “Restoring Internet Freedom”
Wednesday, May 16, 2018
Internet streaming is fast becoming the primary way consumers enjoy the audiovisual works that our members create, and on which our livelihoods depend. As a result, we believe that no company should be able to block, throttle, or otherwise limit consumer access to lawful, online sources of those creative works.
IATSE Commends Telefilm for Theatrical Exhibition Program
Wednesday, May 2, 2018
On April 27, Telefilm Canada launched a new program aimed at increasing exposure for Canadian films. According to Telefilm, the Theatrical Exhibition Program aims to “amplify the visibility and access to Canadian productions by encouraging and rewarding commercial exhibitors that present Canadian films.”
2018 Spring and Summer Safety Observances
Wednesday, May 2, 2018
Whatever you think about your job, you should not experience is dread or fear when you think about going to work. A job location or worksite should not be a place of danger.
Saturday, April 28: Workers Memorial Day/Day of Mourning
Wednesday, April 25, 2018
This Saturday, April 28, 2018, the labor movements in the U.S. and Canada will observe Workers Memorial Day and the National Day of Mourning. These days serve as an annual remembrance of workers killed or injured on the job, and renewal of the fight for strong safety and health protections.