Afm Television Videotape Agreement

The agreement on television and video tapes covers work carried out for „videotape programmes“ originally broadcast on a broadcasting network or in syndication. These videotape shows include variety shows, news, game shows, talk shows, daily series, and sports shows. Note: The above agreements are only summaries of the respective collective agreements. For current agreements, please contact the Electronic Media Services Division of the American Federation of Musicians. . AFM B-8 Report Form – Videotape, Live TV, Cable TV and Public Television Despite fierce opposition from the network, we have managed to achieve a streaming residue when TV programs are displayed on advertiser-backed streaming platforms (AVODs). In addition, we have obtained annual salary increases and additional social and health contributions. The new residue of AVOD is a fundamental and structural change in the treaty that would not have been possible without the solidarity, activism, hard work and enormous time spent by all those involved in the negotiations, for which I am very grateful. I am pleased to announce that after years of false starts, interruptions and delays, the Federation has entered into a three-year contract with CBS, NBC and ABC for a successor agreement on television videotapes, subject to ratification. AFM agreements are collective agreements negotiated by the American Federation of Musicians and the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers.

Each agreement is negotiated for a specific period of time, but can be renewed after expiration. A message from AFM International President Ray Hair: AFM Theatrical Agreement `15-`18 (PDF) 2015-2018 Theatrical/TV Rate Sheet (PDF) Festival Letter of Agreement (PDF) [in preparation] Dramatic and non-dramatic programs such as episodic series and movies of the week, originally broadcast on networks or syndication, fall under the Television Film Agreement. . . .