Following the Screen Actors Guild and Writers Guild's lead, The Directors Guild of America is looking to get a new contract with Hollywood studios and networks while avoiding a strike.
The DGA's National Board of Directors agreed to a request from the studios over the weekend to open early contract negotiations with the studios. The DGA's secretary-treasurer Gil Cates has been appointed the lead negotiator for the guild.Joe Schlosser
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