Announcer earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Announcer salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $41,650
Alabama $24,980
Arkansas $21,930
Arizona $28,439
California $47,860
Colorado $32,090
Connecticut $28,290
District of Columbia $64,580
Florida $36,020
Georgia $35,340
Hawaii $26,630
Iowa $34,870
Idaho $40,270
Illinois $52,020
Indiana $43,590
Kansas $36,620
Kentucky $26,150
Louisiana $28,800
Massachusetts $44,490
Maryland $40,200
Maine $32,280
Michigan $28,880
Minnesota $29,430
Missouri $23,420
Mississippi $21,640
Montana $24,010
North Carolina $29,690
North Dakota $29,910
Nebraska $31,900
New Hampshire $29,430
New Jersey $29,590
New Mexico $33,030
Nevada $30,070
New York $39,710
Ohio $32,870
Oklahoma $26,270
Oregon $35,350
Pennsylvania $38,980
Puerto Rico $18,190
Rhode Island $28,920
South Carolina $31,160
South Dakota $30,900
Tennessee $26,330
Texas $36,120
Utah $36,580
Virginia $32,270
Vermont $30,760
Washington $35,250
Wisconsin $32,930
West Virginia $21,050
Wyoming $36,310

How do announcer salaries compare to similar careers?

Announcers earn about the same as related careers in Idaho. On average, they make less than producers but more than court reporters.

Career Median Salary
Producer salary $56K
Announcer salary $40K
Talent director salary $47K
Filmmaker salary $47K
Film director salary $47K
Court reporter salary $53K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)