NPR and SAG-AFTRA Have a New 3-Year Contract

It was ratified today

After a particularly contentious and public negotiation phase that went down to the extended-time wire, a new three-year contract between NPR and SAG-AFTRA, the union that represents NPR employees, is now in place. The contract was ratified last week by NPR’s union-represented employees and signed today at NPR HQ in Washington by NPR and SAG-AFTRA.