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15. Bob Bakish, CEO, Viacom

Total compensation (2018): $19,955,161

Total compensation (2017): 20,315,158

Salary: $3,000,000

Other compensation (stock awards, etc.): $16,955,161

 

14. Josh Sapan, CEO, AMC Networks

Total compensation (2018): $20,515,390

Total compensation (2017): $29,630,755

Salary: $2,000,000

Other compensation (stock awards, etc.): $18,515,390

 

13. Michael Cavanagh, CFO, Comcast

Total compensation (2018): $21,701,699

Total compensation (2017): $20,146,001

Salary: $1,955,231            

Other compensation (stock awards, etc.): $19,746,468

 

12. John Nallen, CFO, Fox

Total compensation (2018): $23,849,666

Total compensation (2017): $10,464,533

Salary: $2,000,000

Other compensation (stock awards, etc.): $21,849,666

 

11. Joe Ianniello, CEO, CBS

Total compensation (2018): $27,359,452

Total compensation (2017): $22,116,488

Salary: $2,500,000

Other compensation (stock awards, etc.): $24,859,452

 

10. Ted Sarandos, Chief Content Officer, Netflix

Total compensation (2018): $29,647,471

Total compensation (2017): $22,442,632

Salary: $12,000,000

Other compensation (stock awards, etc.): $17,647,471

 

9. Brian Roberts, CEO, Comcast

Total compensation (2018): $35,026,207

Total compensation (2017): $32,520,224

Salary: $3,196,313

Other compensation (stock awards, etc.): $31,829,894

 

8. Reed Hastings, CEO, Netflix

Total compensation (2018): $36,080,417

Total compensation (2017): $24,377,499

Salary: $700,000

Other compensation (stock awards, etc.): $35,380,417

 

7. Stephen Burke, CEO, NBCUniversal

Total compensation (2018): $39,959,015

Total compensation (2017): $46,537,350

Salary: $2,967,198

Other compensation (stock awards, etc.): $36,991,817

 

6. Les Moonves, former Chairman and CEO, CBS

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Total compensation (2018): $47,061,688

Total compensation (2017): $69,332,723

Salary: $2,934,616

Other compensation (stock awards, etc.): $44,127,072

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