Radio news salaries decline.

Another finding from the RTDNA/Hofstra University radio-TV newsroom survey: average radio news salaries are down 4.1% , while television salaries are up nearly 2%. For radio, news directors averaged $42,400 per year, with reporters at $38.100, producers at $35,000, anchors at $47,100, sports anchors at $33.100, sports reporters at $30,700, and web producer, editors at $42,000. Average starting pay dropped over $1,000 from last year to $26,800, with the medial of $3,000 to $25,000. Most radio newsroom employees remain not subject to contracts or non-competes.