Battenfeld: Talk’s not cheap at nation’s public broadcasters

At the same time executives and hosts at Boston’s WGBH were getting big salary hikes and bonuses, the heads of the taxpayer-funded Public Broadcasting Service and hosts at National Public Radio were also raking in fat paychecks and six-figure bonuses, records show.

The CEO of PBS, Paula Kerger, took in nearly $900,000 a year in the 2015 fiscal year, while a dozen executives and staffers at NPR — including well known on-air hosts — topped $300,000 a year in publicly funded...

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