Britain's BBC has revealed its top salaries in its annual report.
This includes three women in the top 10 pay bracket for the first time.
Host Claudia Winkleman made between stg£370,000 and stg£374,999 (€413,035 and €418,616) last year, while Zoe Ball was on £370,000 to £374,999 (€413,035 to €418,616).
Radio host Vanessa Feltz was paid between £355,000 and £359,999 (€396,307 and €401,888).
The corporation says: "When we first published figures for talent paid over £150,000 in 2016/17, there was a 75:25 split between men and women on the list (excluding BBC Studios).
"The projection for 2019/20 is now 55:45.
"Last year there were no women in the top ten, this year there are three. This is rapid change."
It adds: "Our gender pay gap is also down from 7.6% to 6.7%.
"Across the BBC, pay differences between women and men are 3% or less at every single band.
"This isn't the end of the journey - there is clearly more to do, but we have made significant progress."
Sports host Gary Lineker remains the highest paid, at over stg£1.75m (€1.95m).
Other notable names on the list include Irish TV host Graham Norton, who was paid between £610,000 and £614,999 (€681,029 and €686,610) "for a range of programmes and series".
Irish journalists Orla Guerin and Fergal Keane are also mentioned in the report.
Guerin, an international correspondent with BBC News, was paid a salary of £160,000 to £164,999 (€178,630 to €184,237).
While Africa editor Fergal Keane receieved between £195,000 and £199,999 (€217,736 and €223,31).
In contrast, the BBC's director-general Tony Hall was on a salary of up to £454,999 (€508,056) last year.
Read the full report here