Details of the amount BBCEarnings of top journalists made in the last year have been revealed.
Based on time, The company’s highest-paid journalists took on a total of 480 jobs last year, including speaking and appearing on non-BBC programmes.
The broadcaster shares its journalists’ quarterly earnings every year, revealing that some BBC stars earn up to £10,000 for single paid events.
Emily Maitlis, BBC Two news and current affairs presenter Nightis said to have earned more than £40,000 for her outside events, well above her £325,000 BBC salary.
BBC Breakfast presenter Naga Munchetty, who is paid more than £255,000 a year, can also take home more than £50,000 on top of her salary.
Clive Myrie and Dan Walker could have earned more than £10,000 and £15.00 respectively, from outside earnings alongside their BBC salaries of £205,000 and £295,000.
Walker was paid more than £5,000 in January 2021 to work as an operator for St James’ Place Management.
BBC technology presenter ClickSpencer Kelly, also earned more than £10,000 for India’s multinational IT service provider, Tata Consultancy Services, in November.
Around 55% of the payments in the quarterly income register also involve payments of less than £1,000.
These revelations come after the BBC decided to release a summary of registered external events to journalism online staff and senior leaders, as part of its new commitment. BBC about fairness.
https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/tv/news/bbc-emily-maitlis-naga-munchetty-earnings-b2012949.html Top BBC journalists Emily Maitlis, Huw Edwards and Naga Munchetty outside income has been revealed