Late Night TV Show Musicians Sign Open Letter to Networks Asking for “Economic Parity”

Late Night TV Show Musicians Sign Open Letter to Networks Asking for “Economic Parity”
Musicians on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, The Late Show With Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Kimmel Live!, Dancing With the Stars and more shows are demanding “economic parity” with actors, directors and writers when it comes to streaming residuals, health care contributions and wages.

In an open letter published Thursday, American Federation of Musicians members made these demands while pointing out that their cohort is among the most diverse in entertainment: “This month your companies acknowledged that live television musicians are the only sector of the industry exhibiting substantial racial diversity, but at the bargaining table we are told that ...
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