The C2HR Content Developers Compensation Survey (formerly the C2HR Cable Programmers / Broadcast Networks Compensation Survey) is a compensation survey conducted annually to provide industry-specific benchmarks for salaries, incentives and other compensation components to digital content creators, cable programmers and broadcast networks.
The Survey invites participation from cable programmers, broadcast networks, digital media and technology companies, on demand and internet streaming content providers or other content companies with related programming positions.
Forty-two companies – representing 180 networks and approximately 34,000 employees – are using the 2022 Croner C2HR Survey Results to understand salary differentials to benchmark compensation; to establish job architecture, rational pay levels and pay structures; and to make informed decisions about bonus plans and equity plans.
Participant companies include all five national broadcast networks and the most watched national cable networks, as well as companies who create streaming content.
All organization levels are reported in functions such as general management, programming, creative production, technical production, post production, remote operations, library, affiliate and media relations, community affairs, market research, digital distribution, advertising sales, affiliate advertising sales, advertising sales operations, legal and business affairs and G&A.