New York, NY, May 16, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Voice123 (http://voice123.com), the largest voice over marketplace where voice over talents promote their voice services and voice talent seekers find the best voices for their projects, updated its guide for non-union voice over work and projects, a document that helps voiceover talents and voice producers reach reasonable deals with voice seekers and project owners.
The new rate guide has been specifically created for voice over work of non-union voice over work. The document is now more concise and easier to follow. It presents rates for the different types of voice over project categories that voice talent seekers post on the Voice123 website.
The rates are based on prices offered and paid for non-union work and it specifies that rates for union talent should be determined by the union the talent belongs to. They were calculated by surveying and averaging non-union voice talent. The guide helps voice actors set price quotes when submitting voice over auditions, and voice talent seekers to set the budget when posting a project online.
The rate guide also provides additional information for setting rates when post-production work is required. It also makes clear the reasons why final rates can vary and why some talents may charge more or less than the presented ranges.
The rate guide for non-union voice over work and projects is available in the Voice123 Resource Center.
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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