McNary, Dave
January 2001
Daily Variety;01/08/2001, Vol. 270 Issue 25, p6
Trade Publication
Discusses the possibility of a board battle in 2001 over the way the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) operates. Issues that the guild's board need to address; Highlights of the Towers Perrin consulting firm's assessment of the SAG operations; Validity of points raised by Towers Perrin in its report; Questions raised over the SAG board's ability and desire to address these issues.


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