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“Arresting a CNN correspondent and crew while they were doing their jobs to inform the American public about the protests in Minneapolis is completely unacceptable,” said NABET-CWA President Charlie Braico.
This is a government-required notice based on assumptions established by federal law.
As a result of the Coronavirus pandemic negotiations have been delayed.
NABET-CWA celebrated three retirees who have made valuable contributions during their long service to the union: Louis Fallot, Staff Representative; Fred Saburro, long-time RVP of Region 2; and, Steve Sturm, the union’s legal representative for over 46 years.
Wilfred “Bill” Beauchamp, a photographer at WFLD-TV (FOX) in Chicago, passed suddenly on August 19 at the age of 57.
In honor of their academic and community leadership, these students won merit-based scholarships named in memory of past NABET-CWA International Presidents and/or employees.
A new three-year contract was reached and ratified during the first week of September for the 25-member NABET-CWA Local 51 unit at KSBY-TV.
Local 21 held its annual picnic
The Marginalization of Retirees
News media gives 2017 solar eclipse star treatment
Wildfires have devastated over 200,000 acres in Northern California and destroyed thousands of homes. Your contributions to the CWA District 9 Disaster Wildfire Relief 2017 fund will go directly to assist CWA members who have been affected by this disaster.