The weak economy and audience fragmentation are flattening the salary structure for news talent at TV stations, says one of TV’s top agents. While compensation for the “rank and file” is holding steady, the big-market anchor salaries are falling. And the perks are disappearing, too. If you still have a clothing allowance, he says, you’re one of a dwindling few.
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