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Industry: Television News Broadcasting
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Degree/Major Subject
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Bachelor's Degree
242 salaries
$26,956 - $103,526  
   
Bachelor of Arts (BA), Communication
33 salaries
$25,743 - $103,745  
Bachelor of Arts (BA), Broadcast Journalism
29 salaries
$24,691 - $90,019  
Bachelor of Arts (BA), Journalism & Mass Communication
18 salaries
$29,799 - $100,671  
Bachelor of Science (BS / BSc), Broadcast Journalism
12 salaries
$15,319 - $78,297  
Bachelor of Arts (BA), Journalism
12 salaries
$30,639 - $156,701  
Associate's Degree
8 salaries
$30,521 - $50,421  
Bachelor of Science (BS / BSc), Communication
8 salaries
$31,731 - $70,750  
Master of Business Administration (MBA)
8 salaries
$56,005 - $147,395  
Bachelor of Arts (BA)
6 salaries
$39,305 - $55,955  
Bachelor's Degree, Communication
5 salaries
$34,500 - $54,500  
Master of Arts (MA), Broadcast Journalism
5 salaries
$30,000 - $69,500  
Master of Arts (MA), Journalism
5 salaries
$30,000 - $57,931  
Master of Journalism (MJ), Broadcast Journalism
5 salaries
$47,000 - $90,000  
PayScale
Country: United States | Currency: USD | Updated: 10 Jul 2014 | Individuals Reporting: 300

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