The Display screen Actors Guild’s strike-ending deal has entered its last step

The SAG-AFTRA logo on a two-tone purple background.
Illustration by William Joel / The Verge

The Display screen Actors Guild-American Federation of Tv and Radio Artists (SAG-AFTRA) reached a tentative take care of Hollywood studio executives, successfully ending the 118-day actors strike. Yesterday, SAG-AFTRA introduced that its nationwide board has permitted the settlement, 86 p.c to 14 p.c, and really useful union members vote to ratify it.

The deal continues to be technically pending till union members’ vote is tallied on December fifth, although the guild says a few of its options will go into impact through the ratification course of, reminiscent of sure pay raises. SAG-AFTRA supplied a abstract of the deal in its announcement:

  • Streaming income: Income from streaming reveals was a big half of the guild’s combat. The guild says it “achieved…

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