While there are no shortage of applicants for on-air jobs, TV stations across the country are always looking for producers. For a rookie, the job comes with a lot of responsibility. Producers make decisions like which stories run and when, how much time is allotted to them and what an anchor’s role is. And good ones are in demand. The down side is the pay — the median salary for a first-time producer is $24,000.
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