Energy-mom Kris Jenner talks about how her household grew to become internationally identified, their billions in earnings, their charitable work, being targets within the media, and trademarking the time period “Momager,” in a wide-ranging interview with Tracy Smith for “CBS Sunday Morning,” to be broadcast April 14.
Jenner is the matriarch of a merchandise and media empire, pushed initially by the truth TV collection, “Conserving Up with the Kardashians.” The household has parlayed that publicity into clothes and make-up companies and private endorsements. Mixed Kardashian-Jenner sisters have a whole lot of hundreds of thousands of followers on social media.
And each time they publish one thing touting a product, they’re placing cash of their pockets, Jenner mentioned. “My daughters are consistently getting presents to publish one thing for an organization, or a model, on social media,” she informed Smith. “They’ve a payment for a publish, or a payment for a narrative, a payment for Fb … they’ve a payment schedule.”
Jenner, who has guided her daughters’ careers, mentioned there is a sliding scale that is everywhere in the board in terms of pricing, relying on the publish’s topic, or who – Kim, Kylie – is doing the posting. “I imply, it is positively six figures,” Jenner mentioned.
She added that if the pitch is for “a pharmaceutical product, if it is one thing that you’ll drink, or ingest, or put in your physique” the worth goes up.
As for trademarking “Momager,” Jenner mentioned she thought it will be an excellent alternative. “I try this now and again as a result of I really feel like one thing’s essential,” Jenner mentioned. “And I wish to defend it.”
Smith additionally requested Jenner whether or not she stays in contact with Bruce Jenner, who throughout their marriage transitioned into Caitlyn Jenner. “I do not, no, I do not,” Jenner replied. “The children do. Yeah, the children are good.”
The interview is a part of “Sunday Morning”‘s annual, a particular broadcast which explores the various methods through which we earn, spend, make investments, waste, or go with out cash, guest-hosted by “Sunday Morning” correspondent Martha Teichner.
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