This resulted in the renewal of the National Commercial Agreement (NCA), which covers the engagement of performers in all television, radio & digital English commercial production in Canada.
The deal, which runs until June 30, 2020, includes provisions that eliminate performance step-up fees for commercials moving over from television to digital media, & introduces a pilot project to address low budget digital productions. It also addresses the need for extensive versions of an online production, a crucial change in today’s market.
“The new agreement recognizes & addresses the majority of challenges facing Canadian agencies, thereby ensuring member agencies remain competitive versus non-signatory agencies exploiting non-union performers,”
said Scott Knox, President & CEO of the ICA.
ICA consultant, Winnie Alford, is on hand to give advice on all matters relating to the ACTRA & CFM agreements & implementation. She can be contacted via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the ICA on 416 886 4611.
Ad industry reaches tentative deal with ACTRA