Last month Catt Sadler, the longtime co-host of E!
Speaking to the press, Berwick told the media that "Jason Kennedy and Catt Sadler had different roles, and therefore different salaries".
Sadler has responded today to the network and Kennedy's wife's defense of the pay disparity in a new interview with THR. Catt was focused on daytime, Jason is on prime evening news plus red carpet. "We wish Catt well".
Sadler, a former anchor for E!
This echoes what the network first said when the situation first came to light: "E! compensates employees fairly and appropriately based on their roles, regardless of gender".
Instagram/iamcattsadlerE! explains pay gap between Catt Sadler and Jason Kennedy.
After a month of making her decision to part ways with the network, E! has chose to share their thoughts on Sadler's decision.More news: After 'Fire And Fury,' The President Is Talking About Libel Laws Again
In an interview with published Wednesday, Sadler disagreed with the network's statement, saying it wasn't about being underpaid but "about the gross disparity between two similarly situated equals at the network".
"There is a lot of misinformation out there", Berwick said.
His message came after a reporter asked Rose McGowan, who booked docuseries Citizen Rose with the network, if she felt uncomfortable working for a company who doesn't practice her values as a leader of the #MeToo movement.
"I am wearing black to thank and honor all of the courageous whistleblowers who came forward and shared their stories of harassment and assault and discrimination", she explained. I mean, we get paid a lot, so it's hard to complain, but the disparity is insane", adding, "Compared to men, in most professions, women make 80 cents to the dollar. "In fact, he was making close to double my salary for the past several years", she wrote on her website. They did so during E!'s coverage of the 2018 Golden Globes.
"Time is up. We want diversity and we want intersectional gender parity". Schumer posted. "We thought you would be for pay equality and say #ImWithCattSad". After repeated attempts to get what she deserves (and not succeeding), Sadler left, reminding all of us to "Know your worth". "And that's something that can change tomorrow".
As for all the actresses standing up in support of her, Sadler couldn't be more grateful.
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