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Re: Entercom imposes contract on AFTRA

Jack Hynes and Tom Ellis were accounting for inflation doing pretty well 
back then. Even Chuck Scarboro was pulling in 75K at WNAC and nobody 
watched him

He had a co anchor from Maine  Lee Nelson I believe

For some reason only known to Group W Joe and Pat Harper were pulling in 
200K in 1971 as they shuttled them between KYW and WBZ at whim.

On Fri, 24 Jan 2003 12:06PM -0500, Sean Smyth wrote:
> Kevin Vahey <k-vahey@attbi.com> writes:
>>  I still cringe when I hear news directors claim news is more 
>> expensive
>>  to produce today. I know back in the early 70's WBZ spent close to
>>  $200000 a year on taxis transporting film and then you had to process 
>> it
>>  and edit it. You had humans running studio cameras, graphics were set 
>> by
>>  hand etc etc.
>>  Today it is all debt service
> But anchors weren't being paid high six-figure salaries back then, 
> either.