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The World: Mexican Voice Actors

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Published on Jan 20, 2014

Dubbing is a whole sub-category of work and training in Mexico, but the pay isn't competitive considering that millions of Latin Americans hear voice actors' work through television programs like "Los Simpsons." A growing number of voice over actors in Mexico are starting to speak out against the low pay and outsourcing in their industry. Humerto Vélez, who once voiced 'Homero' Simpson until he led a crew of Spanish-speaking dubbers on strike for better wages, was replaced with new voice actors like Víctor Manuel Espinoza | www.pri.org

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