What is the salary of a News Reporter?

The average salary of a News Reporter in United States is $41,800. Salaries start from around $17,450 and go up to $75,850. For a detailed look at the salary in your state, click on the map below.

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$75,850
Starting ($17.5k)
Junior ($20.0k)
Experienced ($29.0k)
Senior ($44.7k)
Highest ($75.9k)
Highest

The top 10% of News Reporters in United States earn:

$75,850
Senior

The top 25% of News Reporters in United States earn:

$44,680
Experienced

The middle 50% of News Reporters in United States earn:

$29,020
Junior

The bottom 25% of News Reporters in United States earn:

$20,000
Starting

The bottom 10% of News Reporters in United States earn:

$17,450

Historical salary

News Reporter salary by state

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State Salary Rank
Alabama 27,600 42
Alaska 42,700 17
Arkansas 29,400 41
California 54,600 4
Colorado 53,100 5
Connecticut 36,800 24
District of Columbia 59,300 3
Florida 37,800 23
Georgia 44,700 14
Hawaii 36,100 26
Idaho 31,600 35
Illinois 45,600 11
Indiana 30,800 37
Iowa 32,000 33
Kansas 31,900 34
Kentucky 22,400 49
Louisiana 38,900 21
Maine 27,200 44
Maryland 44,300 15
Massachusetts 66,000 1
Michigan 33,600 29
Minnesota 50,000 7
Mississippi 26,500 45
Missouri 34,200 28
Montana 30,200 40
Nebraska 32,400 32
Nevada 63,900 2
New Hampshire 33,400 30
New Jersey 51,500 6
New Mexico 23,500 47
New York 41,800 19
North Carolina 43,900 16
North Dakota 30,400 39
Ohio 46,400 10
Oklahoma 31,100 36
Oregon 49,900 8
Pennsylvania 42,100 18
South Carolina 38,500 22
South Dakota 30,700 38
Tennessee 35,500 27
Texas 49,500 9
Utah 44,800 13
Vermont 32,600 31
Virginia 36,100 25
Washington 45,500 12
West Virginia 27,600 43
Wisconsin 40,200 20
Wyoming 26,200 46
Puerto Rico 22,700 48

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