Comcast’s Brian Roberts Made $33 Million in 2014

But he wasn't the highest-paid employee in the company.

Brian Roberts

Comcast filed financial information with the SEC today, and there are some juicy nuggets in the report.

Deadline Hollywood reports:

It isn’t often that the No. 2 guy makes more than the boss, but it happened at Comcast in 2014 according to the company proxy, just filed at the SEC. CEO Brian Roberts made $32.96 million, up 5.1% — but NBCUniversal chief Stephen Burke got a 9% raise to $33.92 million.

Roberts’ package consisted of a $2.9 million salary, $5.3 million in stock awards, $5.4 million in option awards, $9 million in non-equity incentives, $6.5 million change in pension value, and $4 million in other compensation. The last category includes $346,564 for personal use of the company plane.

Broadcasting & Cable adds:

Neil Smit, who is CEO of Comcast Cable, got a bigger raise, with his compensation rising 32% to $23.1 million from $17.4 million.

David Cohen, senior VP at Comcast who is point person on Comcast’s effort to gain regulatory approval for its purchase of Time Warner Cable, had his compensation dip to $13.5 million from $14 million.

The full Comcast filing can be found here.