Mar 18, 2020

SAG-AFTRA Introduces Voluntary Regulation of Talent Managers | Hollywood Reporter

The new SAG-AFTRA Code of Ethics and Conduct marks a step into new and controversial territory for the union; it’s opposed by two associations of personal managers, including one that helped draft it.

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