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 7% less than similar careers in Nebraska. On average, they make less than talent directors but more than motion picture projectionists.

Career Median Salary
Talent director salary $47K
Filmmaker salary $47K
Film director salary $47K
Conductor salary $44K
Television writer salary $39K
Announcer salary $32K
Music artist salary $31K
Singer salary $31K
Motion picture projectionist salary $22K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)