Discovery CEO David Zaslav Earned $33.3 Million In 2013
UPDATED: The company's stock advanced 42 percent in 2013, outpacing the 30 percent gain made by the S&P 500.
Discovery Communications paid CEO David Zaslav $33.3 million in 2013, down from the $49.9 million he made a year before.
Zaslav's compensation fell because in 2012 he was awarded $25.3 million in stock awards and in 2013 he wasn't awarded any, though his option awards increased to $22.5 million from $15.8 million a year earlier.
in 2013, the company posted a 23 percent rise in revenue to $5.5 billion and a 14 percent increase to $1.1 billion in "net income available to Discovery Communications."
Discovery stock advanced 42 percent in 2013, outpacing the 30 percent gain made by the S&P 500.
Andrew Warren, the CFO, earned $4.4 million, up from $3.8 million.
Mark Hollinger, the CEO of Discovery Networks International, earned $8 million, up from $ 6 million a year earlier.
Bruce Campbell, general counsel and chief development officer, earned $5.1 million, up from $3.7 million.
Chairman John Hendricks was paid $7.8 million, up from $1.8 million a year before.