CEO Pay Report

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Showbiz stocks are generally up, and so is executive compensation. VIacom's fiscal 2010 lasted only nine months, but Philippe Dauman, the country's highest-paid CEO, dwarfed nine of his peers thanks to one-time awards as part of a new employment deal.

Philippe Dauman, Viacom
2010 Pay: $84.5 mil (+149% over 2009)
Stock change for fiscal year: +21%

David Zaslav, Discovery Communications
2010 Pay: $42.6 mil (+264% over 2009)
Stock change for fiscal year: +36%

Steve Burke, NBCUniversal
2010 Pay: $34.7 mil (+2.1% over 2009)
Stock change for fiscal year: +28.7%

Mike White, DirectTV
2010 Pay: $32.9 mil (first year in position)
Stock change for fiscal year: +19.7%

Brian Roberts, Comcast
2010 Pay: $31.1 mil (+14.3% over 2009)
Stock change for fiscal year: +28.7%

Robert Iger, Disney
2010 Pay: $29.6 mil (+23.8% over 2009)
Stock change for fiscal year: +22.5%

Jeff Bewkes, Time Warner
2010 Pay: $26.3 mil (+34.2% over 2009)
Stock change for fiscal year: +10.4%

Rupert Murdoch, News Corp.
2010 Pay: $22.7 mil (+2.3% over 2009)
Stock change for fiscal year: +31%

Glenn Britt, Time Warner Cable
2010 Pay: $17.4 mil (+9.4% over 2009)
Stock change for fiscal year: +59.5%

Jeffrey Katzenberg, DreamWorks Animation
2010 Pay: $6.7 mil (-71.4% from 2009)
Stock change for fiscal year: -27.2%

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