Maybe the tide is finally turning...It's refreshing to see an article published by a major media outlet on voice acting that has a positiive message---how non-celebrity voice actors are finally getting some long overdue recognition---rather than a negative article with working voice actors complaining about celebrities poaching all their work. To be sure there is some mention of that, but on the whole it's mostly about the growing public respect for what voice actors actually do
By the way, Crispin Freeman, who many of our regular readers have studied with, is one of the interviewees for this article.
CNN: "Cullen said, "The respect level (for voice acting) is climbing and climbing faster than it ever did before in the last few years. The studios are recognizing they don't have to hire a big name actor. People don't know the difference in most cases. They're finding they can take a chance with talent and accomplish the same thing."
Welker also noted that the Internet has made a big difference, and made it easier for fans to follow particular voice actors."