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Here is one chart from the radio section of Papper’s 2010 newsroom survey As one can see, public radio stations show a wider range of high and low pay rates for news directors, reporters and anchors.

Somewhat encouragingly, public radio newsrooms show overall higher median pay rates for those positions.

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The “count” is the number of stations reporting a position salary.

(The “count” is NOT a count of individuals in those jobs.) The survey was conducted by myself with help from Steve Martin and Ken Mills during July-August 2010. The survey was a supplement to the PRNDI/CPB census of journalists which has yet to be released by CPB.

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