Interactive Voices, provider of voice actor services, has been watching the events unfold as the Screen Actors Guild and the gaming industry continue to reevaluate their current service provider relationships. In the midst of this negotiation, several independent and corporate bodies have visited the Interactive Voices website specifically asking for non-union talent to fulfill their voice-over needs. These talents are not subject to union fees and readily negotiate with their employers to meet their respective budgets.
Some of the work that is currently being posted at Interactive Voices includes voice-overs for virtual hosts, characters for electronic and digital board games, voice actors for digital dramas, role-playing games, talking toys, computer based training and educational applications, and a host of computer games. These producers are finding talent of equal caliber with less strings attached, resulting in higher profits, no red tape, and reduced fees for revisions simply because they have decided to work with non-union talents.
Interactive Voices understands that their customers need to find voices quickly and easily. With direct access to non-union voice actors, customers can negotiate fees and agreements with the talent of their choice in a professional and simple environment online.
Company Chief Executive Officer David Ciccarelli says, “During this time of uncertainty, decisions still have to be made. The gaming companies that are making the leap now are easily adapting and are taking advantage of this rare opportunity to start fresh. Many are capitalizing on this energy and riding the strong momentum that is revitalizing the gaming industry.”
Video Game companies seeking the services of professional non-union voice actors will be pleasantly surprised and happily serviced at Interactive Voices. Employers can expect the highest caliber in customer service, receive quotes that will meet their budget, and hire non-union talent that will exceed their expectations.
About Interactive Voices
Based in London, Canada, Interactive Voices provides an online marketplace, facilitating transactions between business clients and voice over professionals, employing a comprehensive suite of web-based services. Clients that have worked at Interactive Voices include NBC, ESPN, PBS, The History Channel, Reader’s Digest, Olay, L’Oreal, Comcast, Nortel Networks, Bell Canada, Microsoft, Cisco Systems, ING, Western Union, Ford, GM, Jaguar, Firestone Tires, American Airlines, the US Army, the US Government and many more.
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