Update: December 6- The Croner VFX Survey has now been released online for anyone to download.
So the huge news is still the fallout of the Sony hack. The amount of information that has gotten out is staggering. VFX Soldier has managed to dig up the Croner VFX Wages survey, which gives a very accurate look at what artists are earning at different companies. I’d recommend you read his latest article.
Artists are always at a disadvantage negotiating their salaries because they have an incomplete picture of what their peers are earning. With this information being out there, you’ll be better informed with what you should be earning. If anyone out there wants to send this to me, I’d appreciate it ;)
There are so many articles about the Hack that it’s tough to keep track of them all:
- Hackers Hit ART Payroll; SAG-AFTRA Members Warned
- Sony’s Embarrassing Powerpoints Are Even Worse Than Their Shitty Movies
- Sony Hackers Reveal Seth Rogen and James Franco Pay for ‘The Interview’
- The Sony Pictures Hack: Hollywood’s Snowden Moment
- Inside the “wiper” malware that brought Sony Pictures to its knees
- Sony Hack: Studio Security Points to Inside Job
- Sony Hack Reveals 25-Page List of Reasons It Sucks To Work at Sony
- Sony Pictures debunks Re/code’s article stating North Korea was behind cyber-attack
- Sony May Face Worst Corporate Hack Ever
- Sony Pictures Hack Spreads to Doloitte: Thousands of Audit Firm’s Salaries Are Leaked
Cartoon Brew reports on the latest news from the Wage Fixing Scandal:
Sensory Assault: Dolby Takes on Imax With Mega-Theater Rival http://www.dolby.com/us/en/platforms/dolby-cinema.html