As of 2015, the median annual salary for TV reporters is about $38,400. The lowest 10 percent of reporters make roughly $24,000, while the highest 90 percent take home $71,000. In addition to a salary, a TV reporter might also receive bonuses.Continue Reading
Some of the biggest factors that determine how much a TV reporter makes include geographic location and the reporter's previous experience. Besides overall reporting ability, additional skills that influence how much a reporter earns include financial reporting and social media optimization.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics expects the need for news correspondents, reporters and broadcast news analysts to decline by 8 to 13 percent by 2022. This expected decline is due to an anticipated decrease in advertising revenue.Learn more about Salaries