Globo is popularly known as the largest Brazilian broadcaster, both because of its audiovisual productions, such as miniseries and soap operas, and for its efficient journalism. Because of the national recognition, the station ends up valuing the anchors very well, offering large salaries to journalists.
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Among the best-known names in Globo’s journalism are those of William Bonner, César Tralli, Roberto Kovalick and Rodrigo Bocardi. Were you curious to know how much these professionals receive to work on a national network? Check the values paid by the broadcaster!
What is the salary of Globo anchors?
In addition to the anchor National Newspaper, William Bonner is also editor-in-chief of it, which has been the station’s biggest news program for over two decades. The journalist started to command Jornal Nacional in 1996 alongside Lilian Witte Fibe. In 1999, in addition to being a presenter, he also became the program’s editor.
In 2018, Bonner began to share command of the newspaper with his ex-wife, Fátima Bernardes.
According to Uol, the wage Bonner’s current income is approximately R$ 1 million per month.
The presenter of Jornal Hoje, César Tralli, receives around R$ 120,000 a month. Regarding Globo mornings in the state of São Paulo, we have Rodrigo Bocardi as presenter of Bom Dia São Paulo. His salary is stipulated at one hundred thousand.
Finally, the first newspaper shown on the day by Globo, Hora 1, is led by Roberto Kovalick. Unfortunately, switching day to night may not be very rewarding, as Kovalick’s salary is estimated to be between R$20,000 and R$30,000 a month.
The value can be explained due to the program being created recently and still in development.