Members of The Animation Guild are disconcerted with their parent union’s stance on the use of AI in the entertainment industry.
Over the past decade Parton has built a life in the U.S., but without a green card it’s still not quite home.
One of the anonymous artists said there is no way that ‘Beyond the Spider-Verse’ will be ready by its current March 2024 release date.
It’s also the first New York studio to agree to a union contract since the 1980s.
This year’s WIA World Summit will place a special emphasis on gender justice.
Brian Boyle and Matt Weitzman of ‘American Dad!’ and Richard Appel and Alec Sulkin of ‘Family Guy’ are defying their bosses orders to continue showrunning duties during the strike.
IATSE president Matthew Loeb says its “critical that our union is at the forefront of understanding [AI’s] impact on our members and industry.”
A closer look at what caused the writers’ strike and which animated series could be impacted by an extended shutdown.
The group wants more competitive pay and benefits, opportunities for advancement, and adequate staffing to end patterns of overwork.
This is the first time TAG is organizing a collective bargaining unit outside of L.A. County or New York.
It’s been four weeks since a supermajority of production workers at WDAS voted to unionize.
Glasgow and Women in Animation teamed up to present a conversation about gender constraints that women working in animation are likely to face, both on the creative and business sides of the industry.
After Disney refused recognition, IATSE, on behalf of The Animation Guild, filed a petition for a National Labor Relations Board vote.
Nickelodeon Animation Studios’ production workers now represent the largest bargaining unit of production workers to organize under TAG.
The suit claims generative AI art tools violate copyright law by scraping artists’ work from the web without their consent.
According to The Animation Guild, Nickelodeon’s lawyers are pushing to divide workers based on job title to unnecessarily prolong the unionization process.
Three of five TAG officers won re-election, including Steve Kaplan, Jeanette Moreno King, and Paula Spence.
Animation and live-action director Clay Kaytis believes it’s time for all directors to be covered by the Directors Guild of America.
The Disney workers’ strike of 1941 changed animation forever, and Friedman’s book tells the whole story for the first time.
A bargaining unit of 100 production workers have joined animation workers and writers at the studio who were already covered by TAG.