Wednesday, June 7, 2017


The wage bill for BBC News last year was £370m. That includes pension and national insurance costs as well as overtime payments, continuing allowances such as unpredictability allowance and any other payments made in addition to basic salary. Divided by the number of fulltime equivalent posts, it averages £55k, on a par with the group led by Deputy Director General Anne Bulford. Radio & Education stands at £51k, and Nations and Regions at £50k. All fall behind Charlotte Moore's Content Group, largely tv commissioners, where the average is £61k.

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