The negotiations were concluded at the end of July 2004 and focused on the international`s complementary multi-governmental agreement with the AICP. Indigenous 600, 798 and 161 have agreed to be included in the IATSE-AICP agreement and indigenous bargaining rights have been entrusted to The International. The special conditions that these three Aboriginal people have obtained for many years are maintained in the new agreement. Changes to the contract include increases in wages and benefits in the sector. Safety and training have been a priority for both parties, and the trade agreement involves an increase in contributions to the IATSE Entertainment and Exhibition Industry Training Trust (IATTF). The IATTF will provide safety skills and training to technicians working in the industrial sector across the sector. The new agreement will enter into force from October 1, 2016 until September 30, 2019. 2019-2022 Pay Television MOA 2015 – 2018 HBO Production Agreement 2015 – 2018 Starz Production Agreement 2015 – 2018 Showtime Production Agreement 2015-2019 MOA HBO Films 2011-2014 HBO Wage Production Agreement Increased 3% per year, plus a single 2% extra for wardrobe service to help the past. The drafting of the contracts is complex, but the documents are about to be finalized and the signing is expected to take place in the coming weeks. The AICP bargaining committee was made up of commercial production companies and was overseen by Matt Miller, President and CEO of AICP. “I am pleased that AICP and IATSE have been able to partner and address issues that help our industry remain competitive,” said Miller.
“Given the evolution of the industry, it is important that we can continue to employ experienced and trained IATSE members in the craft of production. Questions about these contracts should be directed to BusinessRep [at] ialocal871.org. 2018-21 Videotape Electronics Supplemental to Basic Agreement “We have made financial progress for our members and we have achieved the stability of the work in the production of advertisements,” said President Loeb.