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  1. #51

    Re: On Air Salaries: Who knows what...?

    I forgot!

    September 13, 2002 R&R Magazine:

    Market 1-10: Program Director $174,882; Afternoon Personality $86,470
    11-25: PD $104,434; Afternoons $62,392
    25-50: PD $90,000; Afternoons $40,052
    51-100: PD $60,000; Afternoons $33,280
    101-150: PD $53,000; Afternoons $34,500

  2. #52
    spilot113
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    Re: On Air Salaries: Who knows what...?

    Quote Originally Posted by Mickey37

    ..and Bear doesn't owe anyone any information about his/her salary.
    Ummm...isn't that a given?

    You've posted this same thought twice.

    As was stated before, newspapers report salaries and people debate sports salaries all the time.

    No one is forcing anyone to do anything....However, people ARE free to discuss whatever they want.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mickey37

    .....really care about this sort of thing. The same types who get their daily news from Entertainment Tonight.
    Which, I might add, is/was one of the most popular shows in syndication!







  3. #53
    DrPicky
    Guest

    Re: On Air Salaries: Who knows what...?

    When it comes to radio salaries...asking what a job pays is like asking what a house costs. Location, location, location.

  4. #54
    Quote Originally Posted by Member123 View Post
    OK Gang, it's time to try to speculate a bit about what on-air people are making in Boston.

    Below is a listing of on-air talent.....do you know any of their salaries?

    Now please don't just take wild guesses. But feel free to pass along "what you've heard". Maybe you have some inside information on one or two people? Maybe you know got an inside tip about someone's salary?

    If you believe you know for some reason, feel free to pass it along.

    Again, don't just take wild guesses, but do share if you've heard something and believe you know.

    ---------------

    WXKS-FM-


    Matty
    Billy Costa
    Shelly Wade----GONE
    Romeo
    Jackson Blue----GONE to KLB
    Tyler----GONE


    WJMN-


    Ramiro----GONE to 96.9
    Pebbles----GONE to 96.9
    Middays?
    Afternoons
    Nights?
    Overnights?
    G-Spin----GONE


    WBMX-


    John Lander----GONE
    Kelly Malone----GONE
    Erin O'Malley
    Greg Danials
    Fast Freddy
    Lady Di----GONE to Worcester


    WZLX-

    Karlson
    McKenzie
    Carter Alan
    Churck Nowlin
    Kenny Young
    Al Cole


    WODS-

    Dale Dorman----GONE RIP
    Paula Street----GONE to FLorida
    Karen Blake----GONE to the Cape
    Patrick Callahan----GONE
    Mike FInnegan----GONE
    JJ Wright----GONE retired


    WROR-


    Loren Owens
    Wally Brine----GONE retired
    Tom Doyle----GONE
    Sue Cope----GONE
    Hank
    Lungboy
    Julie Devereaux
    Paul Perry
    Kim Collins----GONE


    WMJX-


    Mike Addams----GONE retired
    Nancy Quill
    Dan Justin----GONE
    David Allen Booshe
    Michael Burns----GONE


    WBCN-

    Adam 12----GONE to BDC Radio
    Toucher
    Rich
    (Nights?)


    WKLB-


    JW----GONE
    Caroline Kruse
    Steve Kelly----GONE to Hartford
    Keith Stephens----GONE to wrocester


    WAAF-


    Greg Hill
    Mike Hsu----GONE
    Mistress Carrie
    Bob Hannah


    WBOS-


    George Knight----GONE to WERS
    Dana Marshall----GONE
    John Laurenti----GONE
    Dominick Lewis----GONE


    WFNX-


    Morning show?
    Julie Kramer----GONE
    Big Jim----GONE
    Alter Ego----GONE


    WRKO-


    Tom Finneran----GONE
    Reese Hopkins----GONE to jail?
    Howie Carr
    Todd Feinberg----GONE


    WTKK-


    Michael Graham----GONE
    Jim Braude----GONE to GBH
    Margery Egan----GONE
    Jay Severin----GONE
    Michelle McPhee----GONE to GBH


    WEEI-


    John Dennis----GONE
    Gerry Callahan
    Dale Arnold
    Holly
    Glenn ORdway
    Mike Adams----GONE to NH Radio


    WBZ-


    Steve Leveille----GONE retired
    Dan Rea
    Ed Walsh----GONE retired
    Gil Santos----GONE retired
    Deb Lawler
    Bob McMahon----GONE
    Laurie Kirby
    Bill Watson
    Greg Jensen----GONE
    Lana Jones
    Tom Cuddy
    Anthiny Silva
    Diane Stern----GONE retired
    Karen Twomey
    Mark Katic
    Art Cohen
    Kim tunnicliffe
    Doug Cope
    Lisa Meyer
    Kendall Buhl


    WBUR-


    Bob Oakes
    Tom Ashbrook
    David Boeri
    Steve Brown
    Dave Faneuf
    Delores Handy
    Robin Young


    WCRB-


    Laura Carlo
    Mark Edwards----GONE
    Art Steinberg
    Mark Calder


    WGBH-FM-


    Cathy Fuller
    Richard Knisely----GONE
    Margot Stage
    Lisa Mullins
    Eric Jackson
    Bob Parlocha
    Good Grief!

    Wow! Came across this old post from 2008...9 years ago. Interesting to see how many people have moved on (maybe more that I don't know about?). Nice to see that many have found other jobs!

    A lot has changed in the last 9 years in terms of the marketplace/jobs/realistic salaries.

    Looks like the most stable stations have been WBZ, WBUR and WZLX?
    Last edited by Wimmmex; 04-02-2017 at 03:30 PM.

  5. #55
    Quote Originally Posted by Wimmmex View Post
    Good Grief!

    Wow! Came across this old post from 2008...9 years ago. Interesting to see how many people have moved on (maybe more that I don't know about?). Nice to see that many have found other jobs!
    Here are a few more progressions you didn't have from the names listed:

    WMJX-

    Michael Burns --- to WZID, Manchester, NH

    WBOS-

    Dana Marshall --- to WXRV "The River"
    John Laurenti --- to WGIR-FM/WHEB-FM, NH (PD)

    WGBH-FM-

    Lisa Mullins --- to WBUR

  6. #56

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    I wouldn't automatically consider WXLO "Worcester" as it is in the Boston MSA. Heck, all of northern Worcester County is in the Boston MSA (and some eastern communities as well). WXLO's signal is clear as a bell north and west of 128, and is fairly clear in the immediate north/western suburbs. WXLO even gives specific (mainly Boston market) town IDs (ex. Lexington this is your variety). They do this to LOTS of Boston's north/west inner/outer suburbs. Sorry, don't mean to rant. Just needed to get that off my chest.

  7. #57
    What is the difference between a large cheese pizza and a DJ? The pizza can feed a family of four!

  8. #58
    Quote Originally Posted by Tomgsinger View Post
    I wouldn't automatically consider WXLO "Worcester" as it is in the Boston MSA. They do this to LOTS of Boston's north/west inner/outer suburbs. WXLO even gives specific (mainly Boston market) town IDs (ex. Lexington this is your variety). Sorry, don't mean to rant. Just needed to get that off my chest.
    I'm sure every station wants to be part of the nearest "big market"...but WXLO performs very badly ratingswise and is not competitive in Boston, no matter how many towns they mention.

    That said, it is not a reflection on the people that work there or the job they do.

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