Association of Talent Agents

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Who We Are 

Since 1937, the Association of Talent Agents (ATA) has been the official trade association of talent agencies across the U.S., responsible for legislative advocacy and negotiating agency franchise agreements and regulations with the major entertainment guilds, including SAG-AFTRA, WGA, DGA, and AEA.

ATA’s collective voice provides strong and effective support for its members in matters relating to talent-agency business. The association’s one-hundred-plus member companies represent the vast majority of the professional working artists today. ATA provides best practices, a voice in legislation, education, seminars, networking events, conferences, news bulletins, expert opinions and day-to-day support. Learn More 


 

ATA racial equality task force

The mission of the ATA Racial Equality Task Force (RETF) is to promote awareness of educational resources available to our member agencies as it pertains to creating an inclusive workplace culture. The RETF seeks to remove barriers to entry and promotion in the Talent Agent industry by fostering an environment of inclusion and transparency. Through strategic planning, the Association will work alongside and bring outside resources to our member agencies to recruit, train and mentor individuals from communities that are historically and disproportionally excluded from our trade. The RETF strives to transform our member-led talent agent community into an all-embracing industry with forward-thinking professionals dedicated to equality for all.

Stephen DéCayette 
DéCayette Talent Agency

Chair and ATA Board Member
Tiauna Jackson
The Jackson Agency
Co-Chair and ATA Member 
Stuart K. Robinson
Brady Brannon & Rich Talent Agency
Task Force and ATA Member

EDUCATIONAL WEBINAR SPONSORED BY THE ATA RACIAL EQUALITY TASK FORCE

Watch motivational speaker, career coach, educator and BBR Talent Agency CEO, Stuart K. Robinson in an educational and proactive seminar providing insights, perspectives and solutions for agencies seeking strategies to achieve greater racial equity and understanding. Sponsored by the ATA Racial Equality Task Force, this seminar will give you tools and data upon which you can build a healthier racial culture.

TO DOWNLOAD RESOURCES & RECOMMENDATIONS FROM THE WEBINAR, CLICK HERE

We encourage everyone to watch this important and educational webinar, and to share it far and wide! 

Click Here for RESOURCES FOR RACIAL DIVERSITY

 


 

ATA POlitical action committEES

ATA Political Action Committees (PACs) serve as ATA’s independent, voluntary and nonprofit political action arm. The PACs support legislative and statewide candidates—regardless of political affiliation—based on their ability to make a difference for talent agencies in California and New York. ATA PACs make it possible for talent agencies to participate in the public policy process and voice concerns about issues affecting the representation profession. To make a donation and learn more, CLICK HERE.

To contribute to the ATA PAC in California, click on the following: DONATE

To contribute to the ATA PAC in New York, click on the following: DONATE


 

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ATA is not a talent agency and does not provide referrals to artists

If you are looking for an agent please contact individual agencies directly.

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Association of Talent Agents

3019 Ocean Park Blvd, #344
Santa Monica, CA 90405
Office: (310) 274-0628
info@agentassociation.com

 

ATA IS NOT A TALENT AGENCY AND DOES NOT PROVIDE REFERRALS TO ARTISTS.
If you are looking for an agent, please contact individual agencies directly.

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