Ad shoots hit the road to sidestep picket lines

Linnett, Richard
June 2000
Advertising Age;6/5/2000, Vol. 71 Issue 24, p18
Trade Publication
This article reports that advertising agencies are taking broadcast and television advertising productions out of the U.S. and into Canada in order to avoid a strike of television and motion picture actors and actresses. Actors' unions are asking for a fourfold increase in residuals payments. An increasing number of productions are going non-union.


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