Members of the Creative Community Sound the Alarm about FCC Proposal’s Potentially Harmful Impact on Content Creators
A diverse group of creative industry companies, advocacy groups, labor unions, associations, programmers, and individual creators are raising concerns about the Federal Communications Commission’s proposal to regulate the set top box market – and its potential impact on copyright and content creators’ ability to be compensated for their work.
Crew Members on Two Productions in California and Georgia Receive Wage Increases, Benefits, and Improved Working Conditions
From the east coast to the west coast, union sets create economic stability for working people.
IATSE Recognizes Workplace Safety by Participating in Workers’ Memorial Day, National Day of Mourning, and NAOSH Week
The IATSE has been a longtime proponent of workplace safety, arranging courses and materials to encourage safe working habits for the many members in the entertainment industry.
IATSE Statement on the Georgia Religious Liberty Bill
The International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees (IATSE) is strongly against the Georgia religious liberty bill, and against any actions to override Gov. Nathan Deal's veto of this bill.
IATSE Statement on the Passing of SAG-AFTRA President Ken Howard
We are deeply saddened at the news of SAG-AFTRA President Ken Howard's passing yesterday.
IATSE Pleased with Progressive Changes to Federal Budget
The IATSE is pleased to see so many positive changes for Canadians in the new federal budget, particularly with regard to EI and the arts sector.