The Screen Actors Guild has reached agreement with the Alliance of Motion Picture & Television Producers on a pair of two-year contracts covering voice actors working in TV animation and basic animation.
“We are pleased to have concluded these negotiations and to have arrived at a fair deal that delivers solid economic gains for our members,” SAG said in a statement. “Screen Actors Guild members working in these areas now have the benefit of negotiated compensation increases, an improved pension contribution rate and a template for compensation in new media.”
The agreements will expire concurrently with the feature-primetime agreement on June 30, 2011. They include effective annual wage increases of 3 % in the first year and 3.5% in the second; a .5% increase in pension contributions; and new media terms reflecting those negotiated under the new feature-primetime deal.