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Top male BBC earners agree to pay cut after gender gap furor
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LONDON (AP) — The BBC reported Friday that six of its highest-paid male broadcasters have agreed to take pay cuts after revelations of a gender divide in salaries. The BBC said in a statement that the public service broadcaster was "very grateful" to Huw Edwards, Nicky Campbell, John Humphrys, Jon Sopel, Nick Robinson, and Jeremy Vine for agreeing to reduce their salaries."These are great journalists and presenters, who have a real connection with the audience. We are proud to have them working at the BBC," the broadcaster said.