Actors' Union Rejects Video Voiceover Contract

The Screen Actors' Guild has rejected a work agreement with the video game industry — but its sister union, AFTRA, accepted. Alex Chadwick talks with Day to Day technology correspondent Xeni Jardin about the contentious relationships between both actors' unions and game publishers, and the debate over whether voice actors are entitled to a share of electronic game profits.

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