EEO

E.E.O. Report – Public File
Covering the Period from April 1, 2017 through March 31, 2018
NEWBERRY BROADCASTING, INC.
See FCC Public Files at the links below.
WHHT-FM, WCDS-AM
Glasgow, KY

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RECRUITMENT INITIATIVES

E.E.O. Public Service announcements ran on WHHT-FM and WCDS-AM during April 2017 through March 2018. These are announcements intended to reach organizations or job seekers, informing them of employment opportunities or to contact us if they would like to receive job vacancy notices. They also announce to the public that we are an equal opportunity employer.
Continued Partnership with Barren County High School Broadcasting Club (founded by Commonwealth Broadcasting.)
Spoke to Barren County High School Broadcasting Club student membership about opportunities and careers in broadcasting.
Tours were conducted of our broadcasting studios and offices by students from Barren County High School Broadcasting Club who were interested in careers in radio broadcasting.
Accepted a student intern for several weeks from Barren County High School’s Broadcasting Club who worked at the radio station learning the many facets of a radio broadcasting career from sales to production to office duties.
Tours of our broadcasting studios and offices by Red Cross Elementary, Eastern Elementary, and South Green Elementary Schools, speaking to them about the different careers available in radio broadcasting.
Gave tours of our studios to students in the Leader in Me Program with whom we are partnered at North Jackson Elementary.
Partnered with Hart County High School Agriculture Department for tours of the studios, allowing them time on the air to promote the Ag Community while showing them the opportunities available in radio broadcasting.
Partnered with Barren County High School Agriculture Department for tours of the studios, allowing them time on the air to promote the Ag Community and showing them the opportunities available in radio broadcasting.
July 2017 – Dale Thornhill spoke to a group of Western Kentucky University students on behalf of the KBA WKU Radio Talent Institute about the opportunities on careers in broadcasting at all Commonwealth Broadcasting locations.
Community Partnership co-op/Intern Program at the South Central Kentucky Community and Technical College, consistently accepting student interns who are interested in radio.
Operated an exhibit at the Southern Kentucky Expo where employment information was distributed to those persons interested in radio-related careers in August 2017.
Kellie Uhlenhake attended a Career Fair at North Jackson Elementary to discuss careers in broadcasting to students.
A Career Fair was held at Temple Hill Elementary in March 2018 and attended by Greg Bowen. While there he spoke to students there about the various career opportunities in radio broadcasting.
From April 2017 through May 2018 – Greg Bowen, Sales Manager, visited the Barren County Trojan Academy each Friday morning where he discussed radio broadcasting careers with the Freshmen there.
September 2017 through October 2018 – Greg Bowen was in attendance at the Barren County Trojan Academy each Friday where he described various career opportunities in radio broadcasting and the educational needs for each.
October 2017 and February 2018 – Greg Bowen attended career fairs at Campbellsville University in Campbellsville, Kentucky. During the fairs he discussed the specific qualities required to be an employee of Commonwealth Broadcasting as well as an overview of radio broadcasting and marketing’s general educational requirements.
February 2017 through March 2018 – Greg Bowen spoke with Freshmen at Barren County’s Trojan Academy about the educational needs for various careers in radio broadcasting.
October 2017 – Derron Steenbergen spoke to broadcasting and marketing classes at Western Kentucky University about opportunities and careers in radio broadcasting offered by Commonwealth Broadcasting Corporation.
March 2018 – Kellie Uhlenhake gave a PowerPoint presentation to the students and faculty at South Green Elementary. The outline of the presentation included topics that pertained to their “Leader In Me” program as they relate to the careers offered in radio broadcasting and marketing.

E.E.O. Report – Public File
Covering the Period from April 1, 2017 through March 31, 2018

NEWBERRY BROADCASTING, INC.
WHHT-FM, WCDS-AM
Glasgow, KY

FULL-TIME JOBS FILLED (Vacancy List) – Digital Director
Job Title – No New Hires in Reporting Period
Date Filled – N/A
Number of Interviews Referred by Sources – N/A
Number of Interviews – N/A
New Hire Referral Source – N/A

RECRUITMENT SOURCES USED TO FILL FULL-TIME VACANCY

Number of Interviews Referred by Source – N/A
Interviewee/Hiree Recruitment Source – N/A

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