A Union ‘Jewell’ in the Newscasting Crown

May 25, 2022

When photojournalist Jeff Jewell left Milwaukee to take a new job in Detroit, his soon-to-be fellow crew members at WDIV-TV knew they would be getting both a creative shooter and […]

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Organizing Victories Galore in the Central Region

May 18, 2022

From Houston to Atlanta, and from Chicago to Kalamazoo, the reps of the Central Region have been getting it done in 2022, organizing a total of 16 projects in recent […]

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The Konnect: Diversity In Film

April 4, 2022

The Konnect: Diversity In Film, a DEI event aiming to advance diversity in Massachusetts Film & TV, took place on April 2, 2022 at the Roxbury Branch of the Boston […]

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Publicists Celebrate “Who We Are and What We Do”

March 28, 2022

The ICG Publicists held their 59th Annual ICG Publicists Awards on Friday, March 25, 2022, returning live to The Beverly Hilton Hotel. Spider-Man: No Way Home (Sony Pictures Entertainment / […]

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Local 600 Broadcast Rep Raquel Ruiz Likes to Think Outside the Box

March 16, 2022

The  Local 600 baseball caps have already made their way to the members at TV news stations in the Pacific Northwest. Raquel Ruiz, the Local 600 business rep who sent […]

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Paul Mailman: Incentivizing the Evergreen State

March 3, 2022

If the money is there, then film production will come to Washington state. For years, Paul Mailman has been making this claim. But more than talk, he has also been […]

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Saying Goodbye to Brother Lezynski

February 14, 2022

“David summarized his career and talent best with this quote,” says fellow Local 600 DIT Tony Salgado. “‘I can usually figure out what to do, when we don’t know what […]

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From “Succession” to “Power” to Whatever Comes Next

January 26, 2022

In an ever-changing industry roiled by uncertainty, it makes sense to stay flexible and be ready to change your plans. Kati Pérez learned this lesson first-hand when an application she […]

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Local 600 Lends Expertise to “Chicago Made”

January 12, 2022

A new and exciting workforce development program in Chicago is turning out to be a win-win both for the Windy City and its film industry. The program, which spans disciplines, […]

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Building Connections with Peers and Their Union

December 15, 2021

The newest iteration of the Local 600 Mentorship Program is being labeled as a “pilot program.”  But pilots are known for taking flight, and that outcome is every bit what […]

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Spending the Holidays Together

December 15, 2021

It’s time to celebrate the holiday season. Not just with close family and friends, but with our extended family of Local 600 brothers, sisters, and kin. We hope these images […]

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Candlelight Vigils for Halyna Hutchins

October 27, 2021

The filmmaking communities of Albuquerque, NM and Los Angeles, CA gathered together to honor Halyna Hutchins this past weekend at candlelight vigils. Local 600 National President John Lindley had this […]

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