The voluntary move by 20th Television Animation comes as TAG members ratify its 2021-2024 Master Agreement.
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After months of negotiations, the 2021-2024 Animation Guild Master Agreement gets ratified with overwhelming support and a historic voter turnout.
New deal includes retroactive wage increases, gains for animation writers, and the addition of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day as a covered holiday.
New pact improves coverage of productions made for streaming services, preserves members’ health and pension benefits, and raises wage minimums for covered work.
New tentative agreement set to continue through June 30, 2020 still subject to SAG-AFTRA ratification.
98.7% membership ‘Yes’ vote supports guild fight to win scale wages and residuals for animated programs made for streaming platforms like Netflix and Amazon.
Wages and residuals for animated work on Netflix, Amazon and other streaming platforms at heart of negotiation battle.
Producing a high-end animation short takes a lot of time. So what do I plan to do with my ‘Dream Factory’ short when we’re done?
Ed Kang visits Mark Simon’s studio for the first development session on 'The Dream Factory' animated series.
Mark interviews Ed Kang, the creator of ‘Dream Factory,’ about how he got his studio housed inside a cartoon museum.
Professional development panel, ‘Contracts, Copyrights and Trademarks,’ to be held Wednesday, August 24th at The Animation Guild in Burbank.