#30 – Katy Tur ($1.3 Million)
Katy worked for such New York-based stations as News 12 Brooklyn and Fox 5 New York early in her career. She was even a Storm Chaser for The Weather Channel. In 2009, NBC signed her up as a broadcast journalist and news correspondent. In 2017, Tur became an author, when she premiered he first book titled Unbelievable: My Front Row Seat To The Craziest Campaign In American History. In the book, Tur recounts and chronicles her personal view of her coverage of the 2017 campaign elections—up close and from the trenches. It is estimated she earns $1.3 million.
#29 – Amy Robach ($1.4 Million)
At her forties, Amy Robach is working as the News Anchor for ABC’s Good Morning America. But before she became an anchor, she was the 4th runner-up during the Miss Georgia pageant in 1994. She worked first at the WTTG in Washington before she was signed up with NBC News in 2003. While working at NBC, she anchored for two hours every morning for Good Morning America before she was named as co-anchor for NBC’s weekend show Today. Her net worth is $1.4million dollars thus she deserves to be on this list.