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AFTRA: "For The Past Month Prospect Park Has Not Responded to Our Repeated Inquiries"


The American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA) has responded to claims that unions were a big factor in Prospect Park abandoning plans to bring the ABC soaps online. Here's what they released on their website:

"AFTRA was deeply disappointed to read that the executives at Prospect Park have decided to suspend their efforts to produce the long-running and popular daytime serials, 'One Life to Live' and 'All My Children,' via online distribution. Despite initial progress in our negotiations with Prospect Park toward resolving a fair agreement to cover the performers appearing on these programs, we were perplexed and disappointed that for the past month Prospect Park has not responded to our repeated inquiries to resume those discussions. We now conclude from the press reports that Prospect Park faced other challenges unrelated to our negotiations, which prevented continuation of those discussions. We remain hopeful that an opportunity to revive these two popular series will emerge in the future, and remain ready to resume discussions should that opportunity arise."

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