Producers Guild of America

Producers Guild Of America

Producers Guild of America

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Producers Guild of America (PGA) is a trade organization representing television producers, film producers and New Media producers in the United States.

The PGA offers several benefits to its members, including health insurance and pension benefits; seminars and mentoring programs; entrance to special screenings of movies during Academy Award season; and assistance with working conditions and screen credits.


The PGA began as two separate organizations, with the Screen Producers Guild being formed in 1950. Its first president was William Perlberg. In 1957, television producers followed suit, forming the Television Producers Guild, with Ben Brady as its first president. These merged in 1962 to form the PGA under legendary producer Walter Mirisch. Subsequent Presidents of the PGA have included Stanley Rubin, Leonard Stern, Kathleen Kennedy and Marshall Herskovitz.

The Golden Laurel Awards (subsequently renamed the Producers Guild of America Award aka the PGA Award) were first held in 1990, establishing the Guild awards as one of the bellwethers for the Academy Awards. 11 of the 16 winners of the PGA's Darryl F. Zanuck Award have...
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