HOLLYWOOD, Calif. --The heads of eight major Hollywood studios have placed a full page ad in the L.A. Times, blasting the Screen Actors Guild over the current labor dispute. The ad claims the union is asking for more than what writers and technical workers have already settled for.
It also blames SAG for the breakdown in federally mediated talks.
SAG has not yet commented on the ad, but union president Alan Rosenberg said last week he's asking members to give the guild's board the authority to call a strike.
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