By Stephanie Ciccarelli
August 16, 2014
This week, we'll hear news from India affecting radio personalities, payments for narrators whose audiobooks are borrowed from libraries in the UK, and The Voice Arts Awards. In The Biz, Grant Thomas from Voices shares his thoughts on accents, soundalikes and improv as well as memories of Robin Williams and his work.
Additional information from Gary's posting:
The PLR payment will be divided as follows: 60% for the author, 20% for the narrator and 20% for the producer. It would seem fair to assume that if you recorded and edited the audiobook yourself, you will be entitled to both narrator & producer fees i.e. 40%.
Grant Thomas chats with Stephanie Ciccarelli about accents, soundalikes and improv as well as the career of Robin Williams and his contribution to the world of acting and storytelling.Related Topics: Accents, Acting, Ad Libbing, Aladdin, Auditions, Comedy, Dead Poets Society, Genie, Good Morning Vietnam, Grant Thomas, Improv, Mrs. Doubtfire, Robin Williams, Soundalikes, Voice-overs
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