Honorarium

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Honorarium

An extra fee paid to a person or company who provides a service exceptionally well. An honorarium goes to a person who goes above and beyond the call of duty; it confers respect and honor on the person.
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Louis, MO - Modern Dance Honoraria, Trisha Brown Dance Company
Kimberly Bautista, Pasadena, CA - Documentary Film Honoraria, UC Santa Cruz
Los Angeles, CA Narrative Film Honoraria, California State University, Northridge, Radio, TV & Film
Greenhalgh, Albany, NY - Experimental Animation Film Honoraria, Rochester Institute of Technology
Dave Horowitz, Chicago, IL - Animation Film Honoraria, University of Southern California
Despite the possibilities for wrongdoing presented by honoraria, the truth is that the great quid pro quo--for the case of a journalist who sold his soul for an honorarium--is pretty much a red herring.
But a more general effect of honoraria on the Washington press corps has been the creation of a new class: the celebrity journalists.
the major rise of journalist honoraria is associated with the invention of the tie-clipped microphone, as George Will's career attests.
Maybe that's why most celebrity journalists have such a hard time dealing thoughtfully and logically with the issue of honoraria.
Of course, individual contributions are nickel-anddime stuff compared to the PAC money and honoraria handed out by the media trade organizations.
If anything, the broadcasters act more like a typical lobby in their use of junkets, honoraria, and contributions to strengthen their inherently substantial clout.
In accordance with usual practice, the board determined the levels of honoraria to be paid to the president und Te Runanga through discussion, with the two people concerned absent.