EEO Report

2014 ANNUAL EEO PUBLIC FILE REPORT
KFWB LICENSE TRUST
Station:
Community of License:
KFWB(AM)
Los Angeles, CA
Reporting Period:
July 22, 2013 – July 23, 2014
No. of Full-time Employees:
Small Market Exemption:
More Than 10
No
During the Reporting Period, a total of two full-time positions were filled. The information
required by FCC Rule 73.2080(c)(6) is provided in the charts that follow.
INITIATIVES
The employment unit engaged in the following broad outreach initiatives in accordance with
various elements of FCC Rule 73.2080(c)(2):
Participated in at least 4 job fairs by
station personnel who have substantial
responsibility in making hiring
decisions.
1. Local HR Coordinator participated in the
California Lutheran University’s Career
Fair on April 16, 2014 at the CLU
Campus in Thousand Oaks, CA.
2. Local HR Coordinator participated in The
Hispanic/Latino Professionals Job Fair on
April 19, 2014 at the Los Angeles
Convention Center in Los Angeles, CA.
Participated in scholarship programs
designed to assist students interested in
pursuing a career in broadcasting.
KFWB’s General Manager participated in the
Southern California Broadcasters Association
2014 Scholarship Fund. This included promoting
broader institutional outreach of the scholarship
program, offering to meet with and/or provide
station tours to scholarship winners and
participating in the selection process for 2 of
SCBA’s scholarships awarded to students
pursuing careers in Radio Broadcasting.
KFWB’s General Manager participated in the
selection process of the following awards at the
schools listed below:
- The Stan Spero Radio Broadcasting
Award given to a selected student at
California State University-Fullerton
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The George Nicholaw Radio Broadcasting
Award given to a selected student at
Pasadena City College
1. The General Manager participated in the
Alliance for Women in Media Southern
California Affiliate “Speed Mentoring”
event on March 22, 2014. Volunteers
served as mentors for this career
development program targeted for
students, young professionals and already
established individuals that are interested
in making a career change. Members of
the Alliance for Women in Media
Southern California Affiliate and the
public were invited to register for and
attend the event as mentees. Mentees had
5 minutes with each media professional to
obtain career advice and potentially
discuss careers in broadcasting and jobs at
the Station.
2. The Human Resources Coordinator gave a
tour to the child actors enrolled in The
Actor’s Fund “Looking Ahead Program”
to educate them about broadcasting
opportunities and introduce potential
careers outside of the acting profession.
KFWB’s Controller participated in the
tour and shared information about careers
in broadcasting with the students.
Listed all job openings, including upper-level
category openings, at 20+ job banks whose
membership includes substantial participation of
women and minorities.
-
Participated in job banks, internet
programs, and other programs
designed to promote outreach
generally (i.e., that are not primarily
directed to providing notification of
specific job vacancies).
Listed each upper-level category
opening in a job bank or newsletter of
media trade groups whose membership
includes substantial participation of
women and minorities.
Participated in other activities
designed by the station employment
unit reasonably calculated to further
the goal of disseminating information
as to employment opportunities in
broadcasting to job candidates who
might otherwise be unaware of such
opportunities.
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1. Contact information regarding community
outreach and where to find KFWB’s
general employment opportunities were
broadcast on-air on a regularly scheduled
basis during this reporting period.
2. Posted all position openings on
www.kfwbam.com.
3. The Station’s Human Resources
Coordinator assisted the Web Producer in
making significant contributions to the
KFWB website which contains
information designed to inform the
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general public of the numerous and varied
career opportunities available in the
broadcasting industry and of the job skills
necessary to compete for them. Listeners
to the stations are regularly directed to
visit www.kfwbam.com to view all
available job opportunities.
Supplemental outreach engagement.
1. KFWB’s Trustee was a member of the FCC
Advisory Committee on Diversity for
Communications in the Digital Age during
the reporting period and participated in two
meetings of the FCC Diversity Committee.
2. KFWB’s Trustee served as a member of the
Advisory Board Member for the Minority
Media Telecommunications Counsel and
participated in 2 telephonic board meetings
during the reporting period.
3. Along with KFWB’s Trustee, KFWB’s
General Manager helped plan and
participated in The Women’s Room @
NAB, presented by the Alliance for Women
in Media. The event took place on April 7,
2014, at the Las Vegas Convention Center
in Las Vegas, Nevada.
4. KFWB’s Trustee was appointed as a
member and served as the Chair of the
Media Issues Sub-Committee and now is the
Chair of the Sub-Committee on Barriers to
Entry.
5. KFWB’s Trustee serves as the Dean of the
NABEF’s (National Association of
Broadcasters Educational Foundation) BLT
(Broadcast Leadership Training) Program, a
10-month executive MBA style training
program to help women and minorities
become owners and CEOs of broadcast
properties. During the reporting period, she
attended six weekend sessions of the BLT
Program, and taught at each one. Classes
were held in September 2013, April, May
and June of 2014.
6. KFWB’s General Manager served on the
Board of Directors of the Alliance of
Women in Media during the reporting
period.
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LIST OF POSITIONS FILLED
DATE OF HIRE
10/28/13
3/31/14
JOB TITLE
RECRUITMENT SOURCE REFERRING HIREE
Account Executive
Industry Referral
Account Executive
Industry Referral
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INTERVIEWEE REFERRAL SOURCE SUMMARY
Total Number of Persons Interviewed during the Reporting Period: 5
Recruitment Sources Used in Preceding Year
Number of Persons
Interviewed that the
Source Referred
Asian American Economic Developmental Enterprises
Asian American Job Training Center
All Access Music Group
Asian American Studies Center
Alliance for Women in Media (Formally AWRT)
Beverly Hills/Hollywood National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
California Jobs Employment Development Department
Crenshaw/West Los Angeles Workforce Services
Employment Development Department Pacoima
Employment Development Department
San Pedro
1
1
ELAC Career Center
Employee Referral
Entertainmantcareers.net
Experience Unlimited (Employment Development Department)
3
Industry Referral
Internal Posting
JVS Marina Del Rey WorkSource Center
JEWISH VOCATIONAL SERVICES
JVS Valley
JEWISH VOCATIONAL SERVICES
Leadership Education For Asian Pacifics, Inc.
Los Angeles Urban League
Mexican American Opportunity Foundation
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People – Los Angeles
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People New Careers Training Institute
Southern California Broadcasters Association
Southern CA Indian Center
Station On-Air Notification
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Station Website
University California , Los Angeles
West Los Angeles College Associated Student Organization
Women at Work
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RECRUITING SOURCES USED
The following recruiting sources were used for both full-time positions filled during the
reporting period.
REFERRAL SOURCE
*
N
Asian American Economic
Developmental Enterprises
Asian American Job Training
Center
N
N
All Access Music Group
Asian American Studies
Center
N
N
ADDRESS OF SOURCE
216 West Garvey, Suite E Monterey Park,
CA 91754
981 S. Western Avenue #400 Los Angeles,
CA 90006
28955 Pacific Coast Highway
Suite 200
Malibu, CA 90265
3230 Campbell Hall, 405 Hilgard
Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90095
P.O. Box 11043 Burbank, CA 915 10
Alliance for Women in
Media (Formally AWRT)
Beverly Hills/Hollywood
National Association for the
Advancement of Colored
People
N
California Jobs Employment
Development Department
Y
Crenshaw/West Los Angeles
Workforce Services
Employment Development
Department Pacoima
Y
Employment Development
Department
Y
San Pedro
P.O. Box 2349, Hollywood, CA
90078-2349
5401 Crenshaw Blvd. Los Angeles,
CA 90043
Internal Posting
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N
Joel Denver
Post on Website
Melany Dela Cruz
(310) 825-2974
Simone Tucker
(703) 506-3290
Ron Hasson
(323) 464-7616
[email protected]
(323) 290-5290
1851 N. Gaffey Street Suite F
San Pedro, CA 90731
Clarence Hatcher
N/A
N/A
(323) 731-4588
(818) 890-9400
N/A
Industry Referral
Sunny Chong
Cecilia Reyes
Employee Referral
Y
[email protected]
11623 Glen Oaks Boulevard,
Pacoima, CA 91331-1050
1301 Avenida Cesar Chavez, Monterey
Park, CA 91754-6099
Experience Unlimited
(Employment Development
Department)
(626) 572-7021
Helen Au
[email protected]
Development Department.ca.gov
N
N
TEL. NO. AND E-MAIL
ADDRESS OF SOURCE
Pamela Gutierrez
ELAC Career Center
Entertainmantcareers.net
CONTACT PERSON
AT SOURCE
N/A
5670 Wilshire Blvd. #200 Los Angeles,
CA 90036
(323) 415-4126
Janet Huang
[email protected]
N/A
N/A
Andrew
[email protected]
(310) 442-0200
Robert Attansio
(626) 814-8291
N/A
N/A
Brittney Farrell
(323) 930-8732
Website: www.entertainmentcareers.net
933 S. Glendora Ave., West Covina,
CA 91790
(310) 732-5700
[email protected]
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5901 Venice Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90034
JVS Marina Del Rey
WorkSource Center
JEWISH VOCATIONAL
SERVICES
JVS Valley
JEWISH VOCATIONAL
SERVICES
[email protected]
(310) 309-6000
Y
13160 Mindanao Way #240 Marina Del
Rey, CA 90292
Julie Freeland
Y
22622 Vanowen Street West Hills,
CA 91307
Shelley Lutter
N
327 E. Second Street, #226, Los Angeles,
CA 90012
Linda Akutagawa
Los Angeles Urban League
N
3450 Mount Vernon Drive, Los Angeles,
CA 90008
Pam Bakewell
Los Angeles Urban League
N
264 E. Monterey Avenue, Pomona, CA
91767
Leadership Education For Asian
Pacifics, Inc.
Pomona Worksource Center
N
Los Angeles Urban League
264 E. Monterey Avenue, Pomona, CA
91767
Pomona Worksource Center
Mexican American Opportunity
Foundation
N
National Association for the
Advancement of Colored
People – Los Angeles
N
National Association for the
Advancement of Colored
People New Careers
Training Institute
N
N
Southern California
Broadcasters Association
401 N. Garfield Avenue, Montebello, CA
90640
(323)600-1106 x 1167
Jesse Rojas
[email protected]
(323) 278-3691
Claudia Rufino
[email protected]
(213) 735-8211
www.yourcba.com
5670 Wilshire Blvd. Ste 300
Los Angeles, CA 90036
Ellen Dostal
5670 Wilshire Blvd. #200 Los Angeles,
CA 90036
N
www.kfwbam.com
N
5670 Wilshire Blvd.
Suite 200
Los Angeles, CA 90036
UCLA Career Center
501 Westwood Plaza
Los Angeles, CA 90095
Mail code:157308
N
[email protected]
Pamela Burton
N
Women at Work
(909) 623-9741 x157
Michael Thomas
4324 W. Jefferson Blvd. Los Angeles, CA
90016
Station On-Air Notification
N
(323) .299-9660 x 261
(323) 296-2630
10175 Slater Avenue, Fountain
Valley, CA 92708
West Los Angeles College
Associated Student
Organization
(213) 485-1422
[email protected] /
[email protected]
Vacie Thomas
N
University California , Los
Angeles
(818) 464-3222
[email protected]
P.O. Box 56408, Los Angeles, CA 90056
Southern CA Indian Center
Station Website
[email protected] ;
[email protected]
[email protected]
(323) 930-5598
Paul Starr
(714) 962-6673
(323) 930-8732
Brittney Farrell
[email protected]
Cyndee Maxwell
(323) 930-8737
[email protected]
UCLA Career Center
(310)206-1915
9000 Overland Ave., Culver City, CA
90230
Celena Alcala
(310) 287-4426
3871 E. Colorado Blvd., Pasadena, CA
91107
Robin McCarthy
(626) 796-6870
[email protected] /
[email protected]
* Indicate “Y” (yes) or “N” (no) if the organization requested that the station provide it with notice of all job
vacancies.
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