Workers at ITV are being consulted on an improved pay deal offered by bosses after a one-day strike last month.
Members of the NUJ, Bectu and Unite unions struck rejecting a below-inflation 2 percent deal.
ITV Chief Executive Adam Crozier had previously refused to budge.
But bosses are now offering a 2.2 percent pay increase. The deal also includes two days extra holiday for workers who have worked at ITV for more than five years and an increase in the cap on redundancy pay.
The NUJ have said the deal is the best they can achieve “without members having to take further action”.