According to the Hollywood Reporter, the SAG board passed a statement of support for the WGA on Saturday.
“The guild supports the WGA and any other guild or union that seeks (to) fight for fair compensation and protections for creative talent in the motion picture, television, and new media industries,” the SAG board said.
Sweet. Apparently SAG directors get pissy too! SAG directors objected to management’s balking at increased DVD and Internet compensation, and to its since-withdrawn proposal to tie a cost-recouping provision to future residual payments.