AFTRA talks in recess

McNary, Dave
December 2002
Daily Variety;12/10/2002, Vol. 277 Issue 46, p6
Trade Publication
Reports on the recess of negotiations between representatives of the American Federation of Television & Radio Artists and record labels over sound recording contracts in Los Angeles, California. Lack of schedule for the resumption of bargaining; Earnings generated by contract; Support of recording artists to the union.


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