For voice actors just starting out —especially when they don't yet have representation to help negotiate rates— the question of how much money you make as a VA is somewhat unclear and can be dauntingly complex. In the article from Backstage below, Jeffrey Umberger goes over the basics of where to set your expectations when it comes to your VO career.
If you want to go more in-depth about the nuts and bolts of setting rates and how to budget for your career, join us on Sunday November 15, from 2-4pm PST for our webinar on Fees & Financing with Sally Clawson and Alex Slippy.
Article: How Much You Can Expect To Make as a Voiceover Artist
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