By Stephanie Ciccarelli
April 4, 2006
SAG flexes some muscle and the hourly voice acting session rates go up.
For those of you who are members of the Screen Actors Guild and have performed voice-overs for cable cartoon shows recently, you've just landed a 20% increase in your residuals.
The deal is tentative (struck last Tuesday in Los Angeles), and if approved by the guild, payments will be raised by 20% to voice actors for reruns of their work on basic cable shows.
The pay increase would be retroactive to Jan. 1 and run through June 20, 2008.
For many of you, this financial recognition has been a long time coming. Will this increase make a big difference to your bottom line?
StephanieRelated Topics: cartoons, Los Angeles
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