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EEO

WBWB(FM) / WHCC(FM)

 

  2015 EEO PUBLIC FILE REPORT

April 1, 2014 through March 31, 2015

 

I.  VACANCY LIST

See Section II, the “Master Recruitment Source List” (“MRSL”) for recruitment source data

Job Title

Recruitment Sources (“RS”) Used to Fill Vacancy

RS Referring Hiree

Social Media Director – Part Time Position

1, 5, 7, 8, 13

Promoted Intern

Sales Person 1 – WBWB & WHCC

1, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 12, 13

Promoted Intern

Sports Reporter – Part Time Position  

1, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 12, 13  

12

   Sales Person 2 – WBWB & WHCC

1, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 12, 13, 15

6

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Note: The stations which comprise the SEU have had no requests for information regarding job openings from any local, state, or national organizations.

 

WBWB(FM) / WHCC(FM)

 

II. MASTER RECRUITMENT SOURCE LIST (“MRSL”)

RS
Number

RS Information

Source Entitled
to Vacancy
Notification?
(Yes/No)

No. of Interviewees Referred by RS

over
reporting period

1

Indiana Broadcasters Association

3308 E 98th St, #161

Indianapolis, IN

Contact:  Gwen Piening

Phone: 800-342-6276

www.indianabroadcasters.org

N

3

 

2

Bloomington Herald-Times

P.O. Box 909

Bloomington, IN

Contact:  Lisa Payton

Phone:  812-331-4312

Fax:  812-331-4285

N

0

3

American Women in Radio & TV

8405 Greensboro Drive

McLean, VA

Contact:  Maria Brennan

Phone:  703-506-3290-

Fax:  703-506-3266

www.awrt.org

N

0

4

Allaccess.com

   28955 Pacific Coast Highway, Suite 210

Malibu, CA  90265

www.allaccess.com

Phone:  310-457-6616

Fax:  310-457-8058

N

0

5

WBWB Station Website – www.wbwb.com

N

7

6

   WBWB Radio Station Advertising

N

9

7

Artistic Media Partners Website – www.artisticradio.com

Contact: Arthur Angotti III

317-594-0600

N

0

8

WHCC Station Website – www.whcc105.com

N

1

9

WHCC Radio Station Advertising

N

4

10

Broadcast Compliance Services

http://bcs-ok.com/

Contact: Robin Cooper

Phone: 301-457-6616

Fax: 410-457-8058

N

0

11

Inside Radio – Classifieds

Contact: Gene McKay

800-640-8852

Fax: 877-270-3998

N

0

12

Referral/Other

N

3

13

Internship with WBWB or WHCC (IBA, Online, Job Fairs, High School & College Interactions, etc.)

N

3

14

Re-Hire (Previously employed with AMP.  Released, quit or fired for unnamed reasons including financial strain caused by recession.) 

N

0

15

Linked-In (Posted online)

N

2

TOTAL INTERVIEWEES OVER REPORTING PERIOD   

32

 

 

Note: Broadcast Compliance Services (“BCS”) is a Rockville, Maryland, based company that provides broadcast stations with prompt and wide-ranging distribution of the stations’ vacant employment opportunities. BCS maintains an extensive resource listing of contacts at minority, distaff (gender-specific) and college institutions and organizations. A subscribing station furnishes BCS with notification of a job vacancy, and BCS, in turn, distributes the vacancy notice to all the relevant contacts on its resources lists, thereby ensuring broad public outreach of the employment opportunities. 

 

WBWB(FM) / WHCC(FM)

III. RECRUITMENT INITIATIVES

 

 

TYPE OF RECRUITMENT INITIATIVE
 

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF ACTIVITY

1

Scholarship Programs designed to assist students interested in pursuing a career in broadcasting.

2014 – 2015 IBA Scholarship-ran PSA’s on WBWB & WHCC promoting the scholarship.  The stations were a distribution point for students to pick up the scholarship packets. 

2

Establish internship program

The stations maintained an internship program to assist members of the local community to gain skills needed for broadcast employment.  Although the program is available to the general community, participants were primarily individuals from Indiana University and surrounding High Schools.  Interns were given the opportunity to rotate throughout various station departments so as to gain exposure to various facets of the broadcasting business.  In some cases, participants were able to apply for school credits in return for their internship.   (On-Air, Front Desk, Sales Participants, Promotions)

3

Participation in Job Fairs

 

On July 17, 2014, Arthur Angotti (SEU President) participated in the 2014 Black Expo Employment Opportunity Fair in Indianapolis, Indiana.

On April 5, 2014, The SEU was a co-sponsor for the Broadcaster Job Fair held at the Marriott Hotel in Indianapolis, IN.  Arthur A. Angotti III (President) represented the SEU at the event.  

On October 11th, Arthur Angotti participated in a Job fair that took place at the Marriott Hotel in Indianapolis, IN.  Resumes were disseminated to all AMP markets. 

4

Participation in ongoing education to insure that all positions are filled according to the EEOC and Artistic Media Partners, Inc. guidelines

On December 1, 2014, Artistic Media Partners, Inc. Staff and Contractors in all markets took part in an EEOC/Harassment/Discrimination training seminar conducted by Phil Ripani with Bose McKinney & Evans LLP.  Attendance was mandatory for all Staff and Contractors. 

1

Broadcasting Outreach Education and Job Shadowing took place throughout the year.

On March 4, 2015, Jr Blondell went to Bachelor Middle School and spoke to a group of students concerning a career in radio broadcasting.  He was there as a guest of Bay Kelley.

 

On January 29, 2015, Jr Blondell went to Owen Valley High School and spoke to a group of students concerning a career in radio broadcasting.  He was there as a guest of Tina Hayden.

 

On December 11, 2014 Jr. Blondell went to Bloomington High School North  and spoke to a group of students concerning a career in radio broadcasting.  He was there as a guest of Adam Price.

 

On April 22, 2014, Jr. Blondell went to Batchelor Middle School and spoke to a group of students concerning a career in radio broadcasting.  He was there as a guest of Joel Brainard.

 

 


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