LOS ANGELES — Negotiations between studios and the union representing hundreds of placing Hollywood actors have been suspended, a studio commerce affiliation introduced late Wednesday.
The Alliance of Movement Image and Tv Producers stated in an announcement that the hole between it and the union often called SAG-AFTRA is “extraordinarily giant.”
“The talks are not shifting us in a productive course,” the coalition often called AMPTP stated. (The commerce affiliation represents NBCUniversal, the father or mother firm of NBC Information.)
The SAG-AFTRA, brief for Display Actors Guild-American Federation of Tv and Radio Artists, has been on strike since July 14.
The union went on strike weeks after the writers did so, on Might 2. The Writers Guild of America strike ended almost 5 months later, on September 27. The members of this union ratified its settlement this week.
The actors’ union and AMPTP stated in late September that they’d resume negotiations.
The studio commerce affiliation singled out the viewership bonus it stated was sought by SAG-AFTRA that the studios say would “create an untenable financial burden.” She stated this measure might price $800 million yearly.
The actors’ union didn’t instantly reply to a request for remark late Wednesday.
SAG-AFTRA says it wants a “fashionable contract that addresses fashionable points” and desires larger wages, protections surrounding using synthetic intelligence, and larger participation within the income stream, which has eroded remaining conventional funds.