Voice Actors Strike Against Video Game Companies – NPR

Voice Actors Strike Against Video Game Companies - NPRVoice Actors News
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Voice Actors Strike Against Video Game Companies - NPRVoice Actors News
Voice Actors Strike Against Video Game Companies
NPR
But SAG-AFTRA says voice actors don’t receive residuals for their gaming work. Instead, they receive a fixed rate, which is typically about $825 for a standard four-hour vocal session. So the voice actors are pushing for the idea of secondary
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