The SAG-AFTRA national board on Sunday approved recently negotiated contracts covering work in commercials.
The board unanimously backed the deal reached April 3 for new television, audio and digital commercial contracts, SAG-AFTRA said in a statement.
The board vote comes less than two months after SAG-AFTRA began negotiations with the advertising industry.
Commercial contracts have sparked labor unrest in the past. SAG members went on strike for six months during a dispute over a commercial contract in 2000.
The board also voted to name the Membership Services Center in the Los Angeles national headquarters the Ken Howard Membership Center, and to rename the New York Board Room the Ken Howard New York Boardroom.
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