|FOR FCC USE ONLY|
|BROADCAST MID-TERM REPORT
||FOR COMMISSION USE ONLY
|Legal Name of the Licensee
||State or Country (if foreign address)
|Telephone Number (include area code)
||E-Mail Address (if available)
| FCC Registration Number
||Facility ID Number
|List call sign and location of all stations included on this report. List commonly owned stations that share one or more employees. Also list stations operated by the licensee pursuant to a time brokerage agreement. Indicate on the table below which stations are operated pursuant to a time brokerage agreement. To the extent that licensees include stations operated pursuant to a time brokerage agreement on this report, responses or information provided in Sections I through III should take into consideration the licensee's EEO compliance efforts at brokered stations, as well as any other stations, included on this form. For purposes of this form, a station employment unit is a station or a group of commonly owned stations in the same market that share at least one employee.
SEND NOTICES AND COMMUNICATIONS TO THE FOLLOWING NAMED PERSON AT THE ADDRESS INDICATED BELOW:
Broadcast station licensees are required to afford equal employment opportunity to all qualified persons and to refrain from discriminating in employment and related benefits on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, and sex. See 47 C.F.R. Section 73.2080. Pursuant to these requirements, a television station employment unit that employs five or more full-time station employees must file a full and complete Broadcast Mid-Term Report. If a television station employment unit employs fewer than five full-time employees, only the first two pages of this report need be filed [through Section I and the Certification] .
A copy of this Mid-Term Report must be kept in the station's public file. Failure to meet these requirements may result in sanctions or remedies. These requirements are contained in 47 C.F.R. Section 73.2080 and are authorized by the Communications Act of 1934, as amended.
Consider as "full-time" employees all those permanently working 30 or more hours a week.
If yes, you do not have to file this form with the FCC. However, you have the option to complete the certification below, return the form to the FCC, and place a copy in your station(s) public file. You do not have to complete the rest of this form. If your station employment unit employs five or more full-time employees, if television, or eleven or more full-time employees, if radio, you must complete all of this form and follow all instructions.
This report must be certified, as follows:
A. By licensee, if an individual;
B. By a partner, if a partnership (general partner, if a limited partnership);
C. By an officer, if a corporation or an association; or
D. By an attorney of the licensee, in case of physical disability or absence from the United States of the licensee.
||Name of Respondent
||Telephone No. ( include area code)
RESPONSIBILITY FOR IMPLEMENTATION
A broadcast station must assign a particular official overall responsibility for equal employment opportunity at the station. That official's name and title are:
|Television station employment units with five or more full-time employees and radio station employment units with more than ten full-time employees filing in the middle of the license term must attach a copy of each of the two most recent EEO public file reports (the reports from this year and last year). Stations are required to place annually such information as is required by 47 C.F.R. Section 73.2080 in their public files.