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Average Salary by Employer Name for Industry: Television Broadcasting

Industry: Television Broadcasting
Salary by Employer Name
Employer Name
National Salary Data (?
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NBC Universal, Inc.
60 salaries
$48,640 - $136,946  
  
Sinclair Broadcast Group, Inc
37 salaries
$30,564 - $90,799  
CBS Corporation
34 salaries
$39,113 - $137,500  
Turner Broadcasting
21 salaries
$42,416 - $117,178  
Espn, Inc.
19 salaries
$35,000 - $125,000  
Viacom Inc.
18 salaries
$43,705 - $200,877  
Media General
15 salaries
$31,996 - $55,166  
NBC
14 salaries
$33,971 - $159,500  
Tribune Co
14 salaries
$35,000 - $132,500  
Raycom Media, Inc.
14 salaries
$28,000 - $135,000  
Gannett Co Inc
13 salaries
$30,913 - $124,013  
Nexstar Broadcasting Group, Inc.
13 salaries
$26,387 - $103,856  
The Walt Disney Company
13 salaries
$51,437 - $124,106  
DIRECTV, LLC.
10 salaries
$45,302 - $173,826  
Hearst Corporation
9 salaries
$36,000 - $57,950  
Fox Television Stations, Inc.
9 salaries
$36,000 - $68,725  
ION Media Networks
8 salaries
$45,306 - $93,350  
Fox Sports
8 salaries
$43,746 - $75,631  
Meredith Corporation
8 salaries
$39,677 - $71,732  
CBS News
7 salaries
$18,000 - $64,000  
National Broadcasting Company (NBC)
7 salaries
$50,000 - $96,000  
Public Broadcasting Service
6 salaries
$49,132 - $76,302  
Telemundo
6 salaries
$41,762 - $81,389  
E.W. Scripps Co
6 salaries
$34,392 - $61,042  
Scripps Networks Inc
6 salaries
$41,271 - $93,598  
Univision
6 salaries
$56,993 - $63,940  
Univision Communications Incorporated
6 salaries
$42,105 - $88,002  
WETA
5 salaries
$54,982 - $85,000  
Rocky Mountain Pbs
5 salaries
$40,250 - $76,343  
Thirteen/wnet
5 salaries
$48,149 - $63,000  
Country: United States | Currency: USD | Updated: 23 Mar 2015 | Individuals Reporting: 911

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