By Stephanie Ciccarelli
March 16, 2007
Whether you wear your union status proudly on your sleeve or prefer to stay among the majority of folks working freelance and setting their own rates, we want to hear from you!
The age old question of Union VS Non-union has reared its controversial head again, but there's a different twist this time.
We want to hear why you are or are not a member of AFTRA, SAG, ACTRA, EQUITY, or other unions that represent artists for voice over work to help conduct a study.
I received a request from a student writing a paper about the differences between union and non-union in the voice over field. Quite the topic, isn't it?
How can you help? By leaving a comment on this post (or sending it to me confidentially) about your experiences as union or non-union voice talent.
To get right to it, we need to build a list of the pros and cons of being a union member and also the pros and cons of being a non-union voice talent.
Looking forward to your thoughts on this very passionate subject.
Let the comments roll,
Image removed at the request of AFTRA.comRelated Topics: ACTRA, AFTRA, Non-Union, union
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