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How much do QVC hosts make?

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While QVC does not publish information regarding host salaries, Payscale's Bridget Quigg estimates they make a minimum of $100,000 based on her interviews with two former QVC employees. One employee was a cameraman for QVC in the 1990s making $60,000 per year, and Quigg estimates hosts would make more now.

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Quigg's interview with the former cameraman indicates that individual host salary varies based on their ability to sell the products they are advertising, with the top sellers likely making the most money. This is why many of the hosts are specialists in a particular area, with the company relying on jewelry specialists to help sell jewelry for the network.

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