EEO PUBLIC FILE REPORT - For the 12-month Period Ending: 9/30/2012
Prepared by: KBBI (Kachemak Bay Broadcasting, Inc.)
This report covers the following employment unit:
Call Sign: KBBI
Facility ID Number: 33256
Location: Homer, AK
Type of Station: AM Non-commercial/educational
A. The following is a list of all vacancies for full-time jobs during the previous 12 months:
No full time jobs were vacant during this period.
B. During the previous 12 months, the following recruitment sources were contacted as vacancies for full-time jobs opened. Those with an asterisk (*) were organizations that requested to be contacted as job openings occurred: Not applicable.
C. The following is a list of the services for full-time jobs shown in Section A above and the recruitment source that provided the hire for that position: Not applicable.
D. During the previous 12 months, there were no interviews for full time positions.
E. During the last 12 months, the station employment unit engaged in the following initiatives (provide full details, including an explanation if no instructions were conducted during the period involved):
1. During this reporting period KBBI staff conducted individual training classes for on-air volunteers. Two trainees went on to host live, on-air radio programs. They were trained in on-air technique, FCC rules, station policy and EAS procedure. Training required self-motivated practice, an accepted demo tape following station format, observing two live music programs, and two afternoon programs with staff available.
2. News Director Aaron Selbig attended the Alaska Press Club conference in Anchorage April. Aaron also attended the Public Radio News Directors Conference in June. Development Director Josh Tobin attended the Public Media Marketing and Development Conference in Seattle in July. Program Director Terry Rensel attended the Public Radio Program Directors conference in Las Vegas in September.
3. Staff gave tours and digital production demonstrations to 3 local Cub Scout and Girl Scout groups. Following the tour of the facility the groups received a demonstration of recording and editing digital audio. The scouts were recorded reciting their scout oaths.
4. KBBI partnered with Project Grad to bring 12 students from small communities to the station to gain audio production and on-air experience. They trained with KBBI’s volunteer coordinator, produced several 5 minute blogs, and completed the course with a live, two hour radio show during which they played music as well as the spots they produced. The students came from Nikolaevsk, Nanwalek, Port Graham, Tyonek, Vosnesenka and Razdolna.
Name of Respondent: David S. Anderson
Typed Name: David S. Anderson
Title: General Manager