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Casting Society of America (CSA)

The significant organization of professional screen and theater casting in the US is the Casting Society of America (CSA), but membership is optional. Casting Directors organized in 2005 and became members of a collective bargaining unit, the Hollywood Teamsters Local 399 (Location Managers Guild of America)

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