New York, NY, April 26, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Voice123 (http://voice123.com), the online voice over marketplace where voice over talents promote their voice services and voice talent seekers find the best voices for their projects, published a summary about the differences between union and non-union voice talent to help project owners decide what type of talent to hire.
Many voice over actors, as many other professionals of the media and entertainment industry, are part of labor unions that offer them a range of services. In voice acting, the unions have fixed rates for specific types of voice over work. These rates are what talents receive even when they are hired through online marketplaces such as Voice123.
On the other hand, many voice artist are not part of unions and voice over rates are set upon agreements reached between the talent and the voice seeker. Voice123 also allows voice talent seekers to search for and hire non-union talent.
Considering that the Voice123 database contains both union and non-union voice talent, project owners can be very specific in the requirements when looking for a voice. This is the reason why Voice123 offers advice and the information regarding the search for union or non-union talent can be found on the Voice123 Resource Center and the Voice123 Official Blog.
Voice123 (http://voice123.com) is an online voice over marketplace based in New York. With the largest online voice over talent database and a vast number of daily voice over project postings, Voice123 helps voice over talents to promote their voice services, and companies to find the best voice over for their projects. With a young, highly qualified, and technology-oriented team, Voice123 is always looking to provide an innovative service and be a world-class technology company.
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