The two sides said in a joint statement on Saturday that negotiations between the media companies and the union representing the striking American actors would resume on Tuesday.
The talks collapsed last week when the two sides disagreed over revenue streams and the use of artificial intelligence. The strike disrupted film and television production, leaving thousands of crew members and actors unemployed.
Members of SAG-AFTRA, which represents 160,000 actors and other media workers, have been on strike since July. The union is seeking to reach an agreement with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers (AMPTP), which is negotiating on behalf of the studios.
“SAG-AFTRA and AMPTP will meet for negotiations on Tuesday, October 24 at SAG-AFTRA Plaza. Several executives from AMPTP member companies will attend,” the joint statement said. No other details were provided.
Hollywood film and television writers ratified a new three-year contract earlier this month, ending their 148-day layoff.
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