Ahh, but she forgot, or didn't analyze, this the nut graf (emphasis mine):
The job category, which comprises public relations jobs [and] media and communication workers as well as entertainers and performers, saw a 4.6 percent increase in wages, outpacing the national average wage increase of 3.5 percent for the year and far surpassing any wage increases in the industry since 2006.Let's be real.
If you worked in an actual media job, your pay remained flat. If you worked in PR, it went up.
As a commenter there notes, a lot of the PR/communications hike was possibly election-related, too.
If you worked in an actual media job, your pay stayed flat — unless your job disappeared.
More refutation of Ms. Fairchild?
In Philly, the owners of the Inquirers and Daily News are threatening to shut BOTH and liquidate if they don't get "major concessions."