Broadcast

ADVOCACY AND ASSISTANCE FOR UTAH BROADCASTERS
SAG-AFTRA represents broadcasters employed across the country under the SAG-AFTRA Agreements and is committed to serving as an advocate for broadcasters in Utah seeking advice and assistance with broadcast employment related questions.
PERSONAL SERVICE CONTRACT CONSULTATION

SAG-AFTRA staff regularly reviews and consults with broadcasters about their personal service contracts. Whether or not you have an agent or attorney representing you, SAG-AFTRA’s professional staff will provide you – at no cost to you – with an analysis of your employment contract.

Please note that while we can assist you with a general analysis of your employment contract, we cannot offer you specific legal advice and the consultation should not be considered a substitute for the advice of competent legal counsel.

BROADCAST SALARIES

Starting reporter and anchor salaries vary widely depending on a number of factors. First, television tends to pay more than radio. Also, the geographical location of a station matters a great deal. Stations in areas with the largest market sizes (New York, Los Angeles, Washington D.C., Chicago) generally pay more than stations located in smaller markets. Of course, salaries are typically higher at stations where there is a union contract in place, as union contracts will generally establish minimum starting scales that tend to go up with each new contract.

If you have questions about salary rates at a particular network or station, questions regarding your personal service contract or you would like to learn more about SAG-AFTRA Broadcast contracts, contact the SAG-AFTRA Utah office 623-687-9977 or visit SAGAFTRA.org/news-broadcast.