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Is Boston ahead of L.A. in parity?

A report by AFTRA suggests most women TV news anchors in Los Angeles 
earn (on average) 28 percent less money than their male counterparts, even
women co-anchor every local TV newscast in the market. 

Women doing news on Los Angeles radio stations also earn less than their
According to the survey, 15 of the 19 L.A. radio stations have only one
anchor in 
prime time (morning drive & afternoon drive) all men.  Women on the air in
time share the microphone with one or more male co-hosts. 

The report notes that at KTTV, male news anchors earn (on average) twice as 
much as female anchors. 

Paraphrased from "WaterCooler Stories" (by UPI)

Roger Kirk