Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers
|Industry||Entertainment (Film & Television Production)|
|Predecessor||Association of Motion Picture Producers|
|Headquarters||Sherman Oaks, California|
|Carol Lombardini (President)|
The Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers (AMPTP) is a trade association based in Sherman Oaks, California that represents over 350 American television and film production companies in collective bargaining negotiations with entertainment industry trade unions that include, among others, SAG-AFTRA, the Directors Guild of America, the Writers Guild of America, West, the Writers Guild of America, East, the American Federation of Musicians and the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees.
The AMPTP was founded in 1924 as the Association of Motion Picture Producers, or AMPP. As the entertainment industry's official collective bargaining representative, the AMPTP, like the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA), is a key trade association for major film and television producers in the United States. The AMPTP currently negotiates 80 industry-wide collective bargaining agreements on behalf of over 350 motion picture and television producers. Member companies include the major motion picture studios, broadcast television networks, certain cable television networks and independent film and television producers.
The current President is Carol Lombardini.
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- Official website
- Association of Motion Picture and Television Producers (AMPTP) records, Margaret Herrick Library, Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences
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