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DGA Contract Talks To Begin In December

The DGA will begin negotiations for a new film and TV contract with management's AMPTP in early December, the two sides said today. Three years ago, in the last contract cycle, the sides started talks in October and reached a deal in November — a full seven months before the expiration of the film and TV pact. Based on that timeline, negotiations this time around are running a bit behind schedule.
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