The Shop Talk panelists discuss the problems with television viewership numbers as measured during so-called “sweeps” periods.
The Shop Talk panelists discuss a recent item on the Forbes website that lists reporters and announcers among the 13 surprisingly low-paid jobs.
The magazine used data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. It found the mean annual income for reporters and correspondents is $43,640. The bottom 10% make $20,000.
The mean annual income for radio and television announcers is $40,510. The bottom 10% make $17,150.