Jonathan Handel

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SAG Pension and Health Plans React to Deadline.com Bombshells - Posted March 16, 2012
With an informational meeting about the pending SAG-AFTRA merger set for what is forecast to be a rain-soaked weekend, a separate media storm has come the union's way courtesy of Nikki Finke. ... [FishbowlLA]

Revolving Door: 11.18 - Posted November 18, 2010
Here are this week's PR and media highlights from Mediabistro's Revolving Door Newsletter: Jennifer Epstein has been named staff writer at Politico. She had been reporter at Inside Higher Ed. ... [PRNewser]

Josh Dickey Steals LA Press Club Show - Posted November 12, 2010
Although Variety's Andrew Stewart was unable to attend the Thursday, November 11th Los Angeles Press Club ... [FishbowlLA]

Where's The News? L.A. Times Buries SAG Strike Vote Story. - Posted October 2, 2008
An angry reader tipped us off to this: "SAG strike vote. Pretty big news, right? Not on the LAT's home page. Buried in entertainment. It's like they want to go under." (Actually, we found the story in business.) For more, check out ... [FishbowlLA]

No SAG Deal Until January? Hear For Yourself. - Posted September 4, 2008
Jonathan Handel does "the math" -- which is good, because math is hard -- and determines that Hollywood won't see a contract until 2009. A sample: 1. If Membership First wins the elect... [FishbowlLA]

Friction Among SAG Factions - Posted July 24, 2008
A new SAG slate, called United for Strength, wants to unseat the guild's Membership First faction, make a deal with the studios, and merge SAG and AFTRA. ... [FishbowlLA]

Cut! Can Directors Save Hollywood? - Posted January 16, 2008
Jonathan Handel, a digital media attorney and former associate counsel at the Writers Guild of America opines that the fate of Hollywood might (and should) fall on the shoulders of the Directors Gu... [FishbowlLA]

WGA 07 Strike Week 4: Blogging Verboten for Striking Writers - Posted November 29, 2007
Jonathan Handel at Digital Media Law examines whether striking TV writers can continue to write their shows' blogs. The short answer: No. The long answer ... well, you can read it yourself. ... [FishbowlLA]

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