Voice Over Rates
Quickly and easily hire the perfect voice actor for your project on Voices, at almost any budget.
The cost for non-broadcast jobs varies based on the finished minutes or word count of your script. All projects other than TV, radio, and online ads are categorized as non-broadcast. In addition to our budget recommendation tool that suggests a budget based on the specifics of your job as you post it, Voices suggests the following or your project:
|0 – 2 minutes||
300 or less
0 – 2 minutes
|$100 – $499|
|2 – 5 minutes||
300 – 750
2 – 5 minutes
|$250 – $749|
|5 – 15 minutes||
750 – 2,250
5 – 15 minutes
|$500 – $999|
|15 – 30 minutes||
2,250 – 4,500
15 – 30 minutes
|$750 – $1,749|
|30 – 45 minutes||
4,500 – 6,000
30 – 45 minutes
|$1,250 – $1,999|
|45 – 60 minutes||
45 – 60 minutes
|$1,500 – $2,499|
The cost for broadcast jobs vary based on the category of work, the sort of market the spot will air in, and the duration of time the spot will run. Examples of broadcast jobs include TV, radio, and online ads. Voices suggests the following for commercials and ads:
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If your project is complex, or you simply don’t have the time, Voices offers Managed Services and we’ll complete the project for you:
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Frequently Asked Questions
Renewals occur when broadcast work is being used beyond the originally agreed upon timeframe. Additional compensation is required.
Voices allows any price between $5 - $10,000 for non-broadcast and $100 - $10,000 for broadcast.
Other factors such as, the length of your script and the experience of the voice actor, can also impact the cost. To learn more about Voices pricing, visit our helpful pricing page.
A multitude of factors go into determining the price of a voice over job. Major contributing factors include:
- Length/word count: the longer the script is, the more it will cost
- Usage: how the voice over is being used will significantly impact the cost
- Experience: experienced voice actors tend to price higher than newer voice actors
- Revisions: how many times you need your work revised will contribute to the cost
Just like any other industry, the cost of voice acting is driven by external factors such as inflation, economic strength and demand.
To gain more specific insights into your job, you can message your talent or check out the Project Marketplace to see how talent are pricing similar jobs.