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TV writers are sharing their salaries in a Google spreadsheet to combat pay disparity [The Verge]

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PDF The spreadsheet is divided by position, experience, and gender TV writers, producers, executives, and assistants have been anonymously sharing their salaries in a widely circulated Google spreadsheet this week as part of an effort to help people working in the entertainment industry achieve pay parity, The Hollywood Reporter reports . The spreadsheet is broken down by type of job (staff writer versus assistant versus executive), with columns for position or title, studio, network, amount of experience, and whether a person identifies as a man or a woman, or a person of color. No specific TV series are mentioned, though some entries note if a show is scripted or unscripted. There is a huge range of salaries in the spreadsheet, which has more than 100 entries on the “staff writers” page alone, but there does seem to be at least some disparity in pay. For example, a woman of color who is a co-producer on a CBS show says she makes $10,000 per episode, while a white woman w [Read more]

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