Radio: Six Times & Out

In Hollywood, the Screen Actors Guild voted to end a twelve-day strike against the producers of filmed TV shows, accepted a new contract, including 1) raises in minimum pay from $70 a day to $80, 2) a graduated percentage of actors' minimum wages for the second through the sixth reruns of the original film. The Guild renounced rights to payments for more than six reruns on the sound assumption that not even long-suffering U.S. viewers will sit still and watch a seventh rerun of any filmed TV show.


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