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EEO Report

Appendix 1

 Annual EEO Public File Report


Period Covered:   July 1, 2015 to June 30, 2016


Stations Comprising Employment Unit:

            WJMC-AM

            WJMC-FM

            WAQE-AM   

            WAQE-FM

            WKFX-FM

Section 1:   Vacancy Information

During this specific time period, there were no full-time positions available through either replacement or additions to the current staff.   Therefore, no interviews or recruitment were necessary

Section 2:            Recruitment Source Information

Because there were no full-time positions available, no recruitment sources were accessed.

 Appendix 2

 Annual EEO Public File Report

 Stations Comprising Employment Unit:

 WJMC-AM, WJMC-FM, WAQE-AM, WAQE-FM, WKFX-FM

 Section 3:   Supplemental (Non-Vacancy Specific) Recruitment Activities Undertaken

TKC, Inc., licensee of the above-referenced stations, has and will continue to be an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.  As required by Section 73.2080 of the Commission’s Rules, the stations have participated in several different recruitment activities to ensure broad outreach, including the following:

1.                  Attended Job Fairs conducted by Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College in Rice Lake, WI in March, 2016.  While at these Job Fairs,  Tom                      Koser, President & General Manager at TKC, Inc. was available to discuss with potential graduates the careers available in radio broadcasting.

 

2.            Tom Koser, President & General Manager, has delivered several speeches at Rice Lake area service clubs and High Schools on careers in radio broadcasting.   Speeches have been delivered to the Barron Kiwanis Club in June, 2016, the Cumberland Kiwanis Club in October, 2015 and Rice Lake High School in February, 2016..

 

3.            Attended Job Fair at the Wisconsin Association of Broadcasters Summer Convention in June, 2016 in Lacrosse, WI.  At this event, J.T. Koser,                  Senior Account Executive at TKC, Inc. discussed with students and interested parties from across the state of Wisconsin about careers in                        broadcasting and with TKC, Inc.

 

3.           Conducted several tours of the TKC, Inc. radio studios for area Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts and students.  During these tours, TKC, Inc. personnel discussed the many career opportunities available in broadcasting with these persons.

 

4.            An additional contribution was made by TKC, Inc. to the Wisconsin Association of Broadcasters Foundation for the purpose of providing scholarships to interested college students in the area of broadcasting.  In addition, Tom Koser served on the committee to judge the applications submitted by prospective recipients of this scholarship.