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Video game voice actors push for standardized contracts

In the midst of a protracted squabble, the union representing voice actors has come up with a contract for low-budget indie game developers. SAG-AFTRA is promoting a new agreement for titles under $250,000 that would limit difficult vocal sessions (presumably involving yelling or other vocal gymnastics) limited to two hours. Actors would also be paid double for such work, and collect residuals above the normal rate ($825.
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