Monday, June 29, 2009

ESPN raises its rates

From $500 to $600, although it looks like it will include some sort of increased usage as well, which they have yet to determine.

In addition, they have raised their assistant rate from $200 to $250. That $50 goes a long way in producing better work. A happy, engaged assistant elevates everyone's game.

This is the first time that I can recall that a magazine has increased its rates, which is nice to see. Although it will be interesting to see what additional usage they'll want for that extra $100.

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