What are the non-union rates for voice-over work?

Budgeting The Right Amount For Voice Over Work

We've updated our rates page to better reflect the process necessary for considering both client budget and your quote. We know every project is different with many different moving parts to take into account, and highly recommend talent create a rate sheet for themselves based on their skill level amongst the other points listed on the updated Rates page.

Try checking out these resources for more help: 
https://www.voices.com/blog/voices-com-ceo-david-ciccarelli-open-letter-voice-talent-work-voices-com/
https://www.voices.com/blog/podcast-setting-your-rates/
https://www.voices.com/blog/art-of-audition/
https://www.voices.com/blog/thinking_and_acting_like_your_own_agent/

For more considerations when setting a rate for voice over work, visit the Voices.com Rate Page.

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First Published
10/20/2017 09:02
Last Published
02/24/2018 01:00
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02/24/2018 01:00
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