EEO Public File Report

For the reporting period of May 31, 2004  - June 1st, 2005

This report covers the following station:

Call Sign:

Location:

 WBNN-FM

 Dillwyn, VA

 

WKGM, Inc
Radio Station WBNN, 105.3 FM
Annual EEO Public File Report
For the period of: May 31, 2004 - June 1, 2005 
The purpose of this Equal Employment Opportunity Public File Report is to comply with the Federal Communications Commission's EEO Rules.
This report has been prepared on behalf of radio station WBNN.
The FCC's EEO rules require that this report contain the following information:
1. Full time vacancies that were filled by WBNN during the applicable period.
2. For each vacancy, the recruitment sources utilized to fill the vacancy.
3. The recruitment source that referred the hiree for each full-time vacancy during the applicable period.
4. Data reflecting the total number of persons interviewed for full-time vacancies during the applicable period and the total number of interviewees
referred by each recruitment source utilized in connection with such vacancies.
Vacancy information and recruitment information are included below:
Job Title Person Hired # of people Interviewed Recruitment Sources and Info
Account Executive    Katie Dunkum 3 On Air / WBNN Radio / Sharon Stanley
Newspaper / The Daily Progress / Charlottesville
Newspaper / The Farmville Herald / Farmville
Account Executive   Franklin R. Lamm 4 On Air / WBNN Radio / Sharon Stanley
Newspaper / The Daily Progress / Charlottesville
Newspaper / The Farmville Herald / Farmville
                                                        
Account Executive    Mary Cardoza 3 On Air / WBNN Radio / Sharon Stanley
Newspaper / The Daily Progress / Charlottesville
Newspaper / The Farmville Herald / Farmville

 

Account Executive    Cynthia Brathwaite 5 On Air / WBNN Radio / Sharon Stanley
The Daily Progress / Newspaper/ Charlottesville
The Farmville Herald / Newspaper / Farmville
Announcer    John E. Staton, III 2 On Air / WBNN Radio / Sharon Stanley
Newspaper / The Daily Progress / Charlottesville
Newspaper / The Farmville Herald / Farmville
 

WBNN is committed to providing employment opportunities to all qualified applicants without regard to race, color,
nationality, religion, or gender and will continue to pursue new ways and means of more widely

disseminating information regarding job vacancies with our company.

WBNN consistently maintains a total staff of less than 5 (Five) employees.