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'Survivor' Editors End Strike Over Union Contract

(THR, Aug. 13)

Talks are scheduled for Friday.

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Arizona Nets Lowest Rate of Improper Jobless Payouts

(AZ Central, Aug. 10)

The U.S. Labor Department estimated that Arizona issued about $5.3 million worth of improper payments.

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Teamsters Boycotting Hollywood Trucking Firm Quixote

(Variety, Aug. 9)

Burbank-based Teamsters Local 399, which reps about 5,000 drivers, location managers and casting agents, has told members to stop working for Quixote after the company pulled the plug on a negotiation scheduled for August 6 at Quixote’s offices.

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Met Opera's Union Lockout Postponed; Financial Analysis To Come

(KNAU, Aug. 3)

The Metropolitan Opera's general manager Peter Gelb has threatened a lockout if there is no an agreement with unions to that represent musicians, stagehands and other employees.

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Lionsgate Sues Over 'Expendables 3' Leak

(THR, Aug. 1)

The studio says it learned on July 24 that a copy of the action film had been stolen.

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Below the Line Impact Report - Up Next

(Variety, July 29)

This spotlight on up-and-comers features plenty of IA talent.

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Congressional Democrats Urge California to Expand Production Credit

(Variety, July 29)

Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) and more than two dozen other Democratic members of California’s congressional delegation are urging state lawmakers to pass legislation that would expand film and TV tax credits.

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