Video-Game Actors Seek a Bigger Share of Profits Blockbuster video games are earning hundreds of millions of dollars these days. The union actors who provide voices for the characters want a bigger share of that money, and some are asking for residuals, just as their colleagues in television get when their shows are re-run.
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Video-Game Actors Seek a Bigger Share of Profits

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Video-Game Actors Seek a Bigger Share of Profits

Video-Game Actors Seek a Bigger Share of Profits

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Blockbuster video games are earning hundreds of millions of dollars these days. The union actors who provide voices for the characters want a bigger share of that money, and some are asking for residuals, just as their colleagues in television get when their shows are re-run.