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This is what Terelu Campos earns on television, the highest paid collaborator of ‘D Corazón’

Date: May 20, 2024 Time: 03:42:23

After the closing of ‘Sálvame’ and the participation in ‘Sálvese qué puede’ on Netflix, Terelu Campos, daughter of María Teresa Campos and sister of Carmen Borrego, has opted to be part of the team of collaborators of the TVE weekend program ‘D Corazón’ presented by Anne Igartiburu and Jordi González, positioning herself as the collaborator who earns the most.

Terelu Campos has been through various programs on the public network in the last period, and has been part of ‘Mañaneros’, ‘Bake Off’ and ‘La Plaza’, charging in the latter up to 550 euros per delivery. Although, he only made four before the program was suspended due to low audiences.

Upon joining ‘D Corazón’, María Teresa Campos’ daughter increased her salary and now earns a total of 600 euros per program, according to the RTVE transparency portal consulted by ‘Tveo’. Taking into account that the program has 48 deliveries, of which Terelu has signed 24, the collaborator is expected to reach a total salary of up to 14,400 euros.

In this way, Campos is positioned as the highest-paid collaborator in the program, compared to other colleagues such as Alba Carrillo, Pelayo Díaz, Carmen Lomana, Adriana Abenia, Omar Suárez and Eduardo Navarrete. For their part, the presenters of the program have a salary of 1,750 euros in the case of Anne Igartiburu and 1,900 euros in the case of Jordi González, as published by ‘Tveo’.

The total budget of ‘D Corazón’ is almost 3 million euros, specifically, the program has 2,923,138.56 euros for its 48 deliveries. Of these, 48,468.73 are allocated to own resources and 12,429.99 to external resources.

The familiar faces of ‘Sálvame’ return to television

The former ‘Fábrica de la Tele’, now ‘Fabricantes Studio’, have announced that the heart of ‘Sálvame Diario’ returns to the small screen, as reported by Europa Press, through a streaming channel called ‘Quickie’.

The channel will bring back the best-known faces on television. On May 6 there will be “the premiere of its first program, “Ni que fues salvame””, explained the producer.

A program that will feature Belén Esteban, María Patiño, Lydia Lozano, Víctor Sandoval, Chelo García Cortés and Kiko Matamoros live, a year after the cancellation of the recording ‘Sálvame’. As assured by ‘Fabricantes Studio’, the content will be broadcast from Monday to Friday and can be consumed on YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, Twitch or X.

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