Sag Aftra Tv Animation Agreement

“The new formula was the largest concession paid to increase flow flows, an exchange that allows SAG-AFTRA synchronous animation spokespersons to increase their arrears in the fastest growing field of their work, while increasing the possibilities of animated programs exposed in radio syndication, which is a declining market,” said the union. The agreement also involves changing the balance of the distribution from a fixed remainder to a residue based on turnover, for 6% of the distributor`s gross revenue – the same formula as that applicable to content transferred to basic cables. The union says this new formula was the main concession it made to pay for the increase in streaming streams, an exchange that allows synchronous speakers to increase their arrears in the area of the fastest growth in their work, while increasing the possibilities for animated programs to be exhibited in radio syndication – a market, which has been steadily declining for years. The artists` union SAG-AFTRA ratified a three-year television animation contract with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers with 87.68 percent in favor and 12.32 percent against. “The industry is changing and our contracts are changing with it,” said Ray Rodriguez, the union`s head of contracts. “Building on the success of our TV/theatre negotiations, the new animation contracts allow members to multiply delays in subscription streaming services, the fastest growing sector.” SAG-AFTRA has reached a preliminary agreement with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers for a three-year TV animation contract. The contract, which came into effect on July 1 and runs until June 30, 2023, has similarities to SAG-AFTRA`s new television and theater contract. The union said the deal included a 26 percent improvement in residue for high-budget anime programs for subscription streaming services like Amazon Prime and Hulu.