Recruitment sources used for each full-time vacancy

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EEO PUBLIC FILE REPORT
FOR
STATION WRIC TV8
Petersburg/Richmond, VA
This EEO Public File Report
Covers the One-Year Period
May 23, 2012 – May 31, 2013
WRIC-TV
EEO PUBLIC FILE REPORT
May 23, 2012– May 31, 2013
This EEO Public File Report is filed in Station WRIC-TV's public inspection file pursuant to section
73.2080(c)(6) of the Federal Communications Commission’s (“FCC”) rules.
Date
Posted
Position
Interviewed
Total #
Date Filled
Referral Source
Did the
Source
Request
Notificati
on?
Total Number of
Interviewees Referred by
Recruitment Sources for
the Vacancy
3/17/11
Account Executive
10
6/1/12
www.wric.com
No
12/16/11
Video Journalist
3
6/5/12
www.wric.com
No
12/16/11
Video Journalist
3
6/5/12
www.wric.com
No
5/30/12
1
6/11/12
Internal Posting
No
3/21/12
News Assignment
Editor
Marketing Producer
(9)www.wric.com
(1)Referred by TV8
Employee
(2)www.wric.com
(1)Former Intern
(2)www.wric.com
(1)Former TV8 Intern
(1)Internal Posting
1
7/13/12
Internal Posting (Promotion)
No
(1)Internal Posting
4/12/12
Video Journalist
2
8/20/12
www.tvjobs.com
No
6/18/12
Video Journalist
3
8/27/12
www.wric.com
No
10/10/12
6
11/1/12
Internal Posting
No
5
11/13/12
www.wric.com
No
7/13/12
Technical Media
Operator
Vice President and
General Manager
Video Journalist
5
11/30/12
Referred by TV8 Employee
No
1/4/13
Clerical Receptionist
10
1/25/13
Referred by TV8 Employee
No
1/8/13
Media Coordinator
5
1/28/13
RTD/Monster
No
9/26/12
Digital Account
Executive
9
2/7/13
RTD/Monster
No
(1)www.tvjobs.com
(1)TV8 Employee
(2)www.wric.com
(1)TV8 Employee
(1)Internal Posting
(5)www.wric.com
(3)www.wric.com
(2)Internal Posting
(2)www.wric.com
(2)Referred by TV8
Employee
(1)www.tvjobs.com
(4)Referred by TV8
Employee
(1)Former TV8
Employee
(2)Richmond TimesDispatch
(2)RTD/Monster
(1)www.wric.com
(2)RTD/Monster
(2)Internal Posting
(1)www.wric.com
(1)William and Mary
(6)www.wric.com
(1)University of
Richmond
(1)RTD/Monster
7/6/12
The station interviewed a total of 63 people for all full-time vacancies during the period covered in this report.
The table below identifies recruitment sources used for all full time vacancies filled during the period covered in this report.
Total Number of
Interviewees
Referred by the
Source for the
Vacancies
Newspaper/Richmond Times Dispatch and
Monster.com
333 East Grace Street
Richmond, VA 23219
804.775.8084
Internal Posting
Did the Source
Request Notification?
7
No
No
7
No
TV8 Employee
2
No
Referred by TV8 Employee
7
No
Former TV8 Employee
1
No
Former TV8 Intern
2
No
33
No
2
No
www.craigslist.com
0
No
***www.mandy.com
0
No
0
No
0
No
0
No
0
No
www.wric.com
www.tvjobs.com
[email protected]
Duke University Career Center
Smith Warehouse
114 S. Buchanan Blvd. Bay 5
Durham, NC 27708
919.660.1050
[email protected]
Averett University
Attn: Patrina Carter
420 West Main Street
Danville, VA 24541
434.791.5629
[email protected]
Longwood University
Attn: Lynn Estes
201 High Street, Lancaster Hall G08-A
Farmville, VA 23909
434.395.2063
[email protected]
Employment Readiness
Attn: Josephine Brady
1231 Mahone Avenue, Bldg. 9023
Fort Lee, VA 23801-1605
804.734.6393
[email protected]
Eastern Mennonite University
Attn: Jennifer Litwiller
1200 Park Road
Harrisonburg, VA 22802
540.432.4260
[email protected]
[email protected]
ITT Technical Institute
Attn: Margie Ratliff and Mark Musser
300 Gateway Centre Parkway
Richmond, VA 23235-5139
804.330.4992
[email protected]
0
No
0
No
1
No
University of Richmond Career Center
Attn: Sarah Kuhn
28 Westhampton Way
University of Richmond, VA 23173
804.289.8704
[email protected]
Bridgewater College
Attn: Sherry P. Talbott
Box 35
402 East College Street
Bridgewater, VA 22812
540.828.5333
[email protected]
[email protected]
Central Virginia Community College
Attn: Susan Rush
3506 Wards Road
Lynchburg, VA 24502
434.832.7805
[email protected]
Teresa Keller at Emory & Henry College
Dept. of Mass Communications
Emory & Henry College
P.O. Box 947-One Garnand Drive
Emory, VA 24327
276.944.6208
[email protected]
[email protected]
Virginia Commonwealth University
University Career Center
P.O. Box 842007
Richmond, VA 23284-2007
804.828.1645
[email protected]
Virginia Association of Broadcasters
250 West Main Street
Suite 100
Charlottesville, VA 22902
434.977.3716
[email protected]
Howard University School of Comm.
Attn: Ms. Carol Y. Dudley, Coordinator
Office of Career Development
525 Bryant Street NW, #107C
Washington, DC 20059
202.238.2586
[email protected]
Sweet Briar College Career Services
Center
Attn: Carolyn Brazill
2dn Floor Student Commons
Sweet Briar, VA 24595
434.381.6580
[email protected]
WTEN-TV
Personnel
341 Northern Blvd.
Albany, NY 12204
518.436.4822
[email protected]
Total Number of
Interviewees
Referred by the
Source for the
Vacancies
Did the Source
Request Notification?
0
No
0
No
0
No
0
No
0
No
0
1
No
0
No
0
No
0
No
No
Total Number of
Interviewees
Referred by the
Source for the
Vacancies
WLNS-TV
Personnel
P O Box 40226
Lansing, MI 48901
517.372.8282
[email protected]
WKRN-TV
Personnel
441 Murfreesboro Road
Nashville, TN 37210
615.369.7222
[email protected]
KLFY-TV
Personnel
2410 Eraste Landry Road
Lafayette, LA 70506
[email protected]
WBAY-TV
Personnel
115 S. Jefferson Street
Green Bay, WI 54301
920.432.3331
[email protected]
WATE-TV
Attn: Ms. Nina Smith
P O Box 2349
Knoxville, TN 37901
865.637.6666
[email protected]
KELO-TV
Personnel
501 South Phillips Ave.
Sioux Falls, SD 57104
605.336.1100
[email protected]
KWQC-TV
Personnel
805 Brady Street
Davenport, IA 52803
563.383.7000
[email protected]
KRON-TV
Ms. Debra Chambers
Mgr. Human Resources
1001 Van Ness Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94109
415.441.4444
[email protected]
Roanoke College
Attn: Toni McLawhorn
221 College Lane
Salem, VA 24153
540.375.2303
[email protected]
Virginia Union University
Attn: Penni Sweetenburg-Lee
Dir. of Career Services
1500 N. Lombardy
Richmond, VA 23220
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Did the Source
Request Notification?
NoNo
No
No
No
No
No
0
No
0
No
0
0
No
No
No
No
0
No
0
No
Total Number of
Interviewees
Referred by the
Source for the
Vacancies
Did the Source
Request Notification?
[email protected]
James Madison University
Attn: Dr. Steven Anderson
School of Media Arts and Design
Harrison Hall 0260 - MSC 2104
Harrisonburg, VA 22807
540.568.6211
0
No
[email protected]
Norfolk State University
Attn: Pamela Davis Saunders
700 Park Avenue
Norfolk, VA 23504
757-823-8462
0
No
0
No
0
No
1
No
[email protected]
VCU School of Mass Communications
Attn: Natasha Long
Student Services Coordinator
901 W. Main Street
P.O. Box 842034
Richmond, VA 23284-2034
804.828.2660
[email protected]
Fort Lee ACAP Center
1401 B. Avenue
Bldg. P3400, Ste. 126
Ft. Lee, VA 23801
804.734.6615
[email protected]
College of William and Mary
Attn: Kathryn Compton/Career Center
P.O. Box 8795
Williamsburg, VA 23187
757.221.3228
[email protected]
Dept. of Rehabilitative Services
ATTN: William Seaton
11201 Jimmy Ridge drive
N. Chesterfield, VA 23236
804.662.7706
Capital Area Resource Workforce Center
Attn: Angela Tunes
203 E. Cary Street
Richmond, VA 23220
804.344.8060 Ext: 302
Resource Workforce Center
Attn: John Korusek
7333 Whitepine Road
Richmond, VA 23237
804.275.8510
Dept. of Rehabilitative Services
ATTN: William Seaton
11201 Jimmy Ridge drive
N. Chesterfield, VA 23236
804.662.7706
Bryant & Stratton College
Community and Career Relations Dir.
Attn: Brenda Sands Hines, M.S.
8141 Hull Street Road
North Chesterfield, VA 23235-6411
804.745.2444
0
No
0
0
No
No
0
No
0
No
0
No
0
No
0
No
Total Number of
Interviewees
Referred by the
Source for the
Vacancies
Virginia State University
Career Services
P. O. Box 9410
Petersburg, VA 23806
804.524.5000
Urban League of Greater Richmond
Attn: Employment Specialist
1420 Hull Street, Bldg. B3
Richmond, VA 23224
804.230-8791
University of South Carolina
School of Journalism and Mass Comm
Attn: Ms. Beverly Dominick
Columbia, SC 29208
803.777.3347
Dept. of Journalism and Mass
Communication
Attn: Gail Wiggins
North Carolina A&T State University
Greensboro, NC 27411
336-334-7855
Morgan State University
Dept. of Communication Studies
Attn: Carl Taylor
1700 E. Cold Spring Lane
Baltimore, MD 21251
443.885.3333
Hampton University
Career Counseling & Planning Center
Attn: Vivian Wrenn David, Director
2 Frissell Avenue
Hampton, VA 23668
757.727.5000
NAACP VA State Conference
Attn: Salim Khalfani
Executive Director
1214 W. Graham Road
Richmond, VA 23220
NAACP-Richmond
Attn: Dr. Kim Allen
P.O. Box 25576
Richmond, VA 23260
(804) 644-9337
Christopher Newport University
Attn: Margaret Morrison
Center for Career Planning
1 Avenue of the Arts
David Student Union Office 3100
Newport News, VA 23606
757.594.7000
Hampden-Sydney College
Attn: Jennifer Allen
P.O. Box 607
Hampden -Sydney, VA 23943
434.223.6000
Did the Source
Request Notification?
Career Planning/Placement
0
0
No
No
0
No
0
No
0
No
0
No
0
No
0
No
0
No
0
No
John Tyler Community College
Attn: Judy L. Taylor
Moyar Hall, Room M107F
13101 Jefferson Davis Highway
Chester, VA 23831
804.706-5225
John Tyler Community College
Attn: Sandy Carter
800 Charter Colony Parkway
Midlothian, VA 23114-4383
804.594.1400
Liberty University School of Communications
Attn: Dianna Drane
1971 University Blvd.
Lynchburg, VA 24502
434.582.2111
Metropolitan Business League
Attn: Malcolm Jones
3022 W. Broad Street, Suite B
Richmond, VA 23230
804.649.7473
Radford University
Attn: Carolyn Sutphin
P.O. Box 6901
Radford, VA 24142
540.831.5771
Southwest VA Community College
Career Services
P.O. Box SVCC
Richlands, VA 24641
276.964-7745
St. Paul’s College
Attn: Denise L.W. Rice, Director
Career Services Center
115 College Drive
Lawrenceville, VA 23868
434.848.6447
ECPI College of Technology
Attn: Jeremy Johnson
Dir. of Career Services
555 Greenwich Road
Virginia Beach, VA 23462
757.490.9090
National Association of Black Journalists
Attn: Scott Berry
1100 Knightt Hall, Suite 3100
College Park, MD 20742
301.445.7100 Ext: 107
ECPI
Attn: Jeremy Johnson
Dir. of Career Services
800 Moorefield Park Drive
Richmond, VA 23236
804.330.5533
Richmond Association of Black Journalists
Attn: Nicole Johnson
c/o Richmond Times Dispatch
300 E. Franklin Street
Richmond, VA 23219
804.649.5208
Total Number of
Interviewees
Referred by the
Source for the
Vacancies
Did the Source
Request Notification?
0
No
0
No
0
No
0
No
0
No
0
No
0
No
0
No
0
No
0
No
0
No
Elon University
School of Communications
Attn: Nagatha Tonkins
2850 Campus Box
Elon, NC 27244
336-278-6500
Bowie State University
Career Development Center
14000 Jericho Park Road
Bowie, Maryland 20715
301-860-4000
Total Number of
Interviewees
Referred by the
Source for the
Vacancies
Did the Source
Request Notification?
0
No
0
No
***www.mandy.com was used for Marketing Producer position only
SUPPLEMENTAL OUTREACH INITIATIVES
TYPE OF OUTREACH
INITIATIVE
(MENU SELECTION)
#1
BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF ACTIVITIY
June 27, 2012—Heather Tanny (Business Manager) and Jim Vernier (Local
Sales Manager) attended Averett University’s Career/Job Fair and spoke with
students about jobs in television.
September 26, 2012—Brenda Kump (HR Manager) attended Virginia State
University’s Career Fair and spoke with students about career opportunities in
television.
October 3, 2012—Brenda Kump (HR Manager) joined VAB at their booth for
Virginia Commonwealth University’s Career Fair and spoke with students about
careers in communications/television.
November 14, 2012—Brenda Kump (HR Manager) and Carol Hamilton
(Technical Media Supervisor) attended ITT Technical Institute’s Fall 2012 Career
Fair and spoke with students about careers in television.
May 9, 2013—Brenda Kump (HR Manager) and Heather Horton (Business
Manager) attended Stratford University’s Career Fair and spoke with students
about careers in television.
#4
May 21, 2013—Brenda Kump (HR Manager) and Greg Miller (Assistant Chief
Engineer) attended the ITT Career Fair and spoke with students about career
opportunities at WRIC.
October 4, 2012—Morgan Dean, Anchor/Reporter, spoke with Virginia
Commonwealth University Mass Communication Media Relations Class on how
to interview people.
November 14, 2012—Amie McLain visited Virginia Union University’s Broadcast
News-writing Class and spoke with students about putting together a resume
tape for a career in Broadcast News.
November 30, 2012—Amy Lacey spoke with Graduate Media Relations Class at
Virginia State University, about her job and how public relations professionals
can work with the media.
November 30, 2012—Mark Tenia, Video Journalist/News Photographer,
participated in Virginia Commonwealth University’s Strategic Public Relations
Graduate Course Local Media Panel and spoke on his job and interacting with
PR professionals.
#5
April 25, 2013—Amie McLain, Anchor/Reporter, was guest speaker for Virginia
State University’s Media Symposium on careers in Journalism.
May 16, 2012-July 27, 2012—Student from the University of Alabama interned in
Sports to get hands on experience in sports reporting.
May 30, 2012-August 6, 2012—Student majoring in environmental science from
the University of Virginia interned in Weather to gain knowledge and experience
in broadcast meteorology.
May 23, 2012 – August 3, 2012—Student from Virginia Commonwealth
University interned in news to further their understanding of broadcast reporting
and gain on-hands experience.
June 4, 2012 – July 27, 2012—Student in the VAB 8-week Summer Internship
Program interned in news to gain on-the-job experience in
communications/television.
TYPE OF OUTREACH
INITIATIVE
(MENU SELECTION)
#5 (continued)
BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF ACTIVITIY
June 25, 2012 – August 25, 2012—Broadcast Journalism student from Virginia
Commonwealth University interned in news to gain journalism experience.
January 7, 2013 – February 2013—Student from Randolph-Macon College
interned in news to gain real work experience in the newsroom.
January 8, 2013—Student from James River High School interned in news for a
week—to fulfill a requirement in order to graduate.
February 5, 2013 - April 2013—Student from Virginia Commonwealth University
interned in news to gain experience in anchoring, reporting, writing and
production.
February 27, 2013—Student from James River High School shadowed in News
to learn the process of making a newscast.
March 19, 2013—Student form Colonial Heights High School shadowed in
Sports to get hands on experience.
#8
May 2013 – August 2013—Student from University of Oklahoma interned in the
Weather Department to learn how to apply what she has learned to making a
forecast and learn how to properly present that to the public.
Ongoing program to expand operators skills by giving hands on training in the
areas of Ross OverDrive operation, Audio Operation, Chyron Character
Generator operation, and Crispin Master Control Automation operation which
provides them with an expanded skill set, thus qualifying for higher level
positions.
June 25 –29, 2012 –Dixon Johnston, Creative Services Director attended
Promax BDA (Management Seminar/Promotions Conference) in Las Vegas,
Nevada.
#10
August 5 – 9, 2012 – Camille Trejo, Web Developer attended Siggraph 2012
Conference in Los Angeles, California, 39th International Conference and
Exhibition on Computer Graphics and Interactive Techniques.
June 11, 2012—Morgan Dean, Anchor/Reporter, visited Maude Trevett
Elementary School for their Career Day and spoke with students on careers in
television.
November 14, 2012—Matt DiNardo, Meteorologist, visited Swift Creek Middle
School and spoke with students about his career as a meteorologist and
education needed for a career in television.
November 16, 2012—Amy Lacey, Anchor/Reporter, visited Powhatan High
School for their Career Day and spoke with students about careers in anchoring
and reporting.
December 7, 2012—Morgan Dean, Anchor/Reporter, was guest speaker for
Hanover High School’s Mass Communication’s Class and spoke on careers in
broadcasting.
December 12, 2012—Matt DiNardo, Meteorologist, visited R.C. Logan
Elementary School for their Career Day and spoke with students on his career
and how school related to his career and what is needed to get a job in
television.
March 20, 2013—Josh Landon, Reporter, visited JEJ Moore Middle School for
their Career Fair and spoke with students on careers in media.
TYPE OF OUTREACH
INITIATIVE
(MENU SELECTION)
BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF ACTIVITIY
April 18, 2013—Amie McLain, Anchor, visited Miles Jones Elementary School for
their 13th Annual Career Day Program and spoke with students on the
importance of education for careers in television.
#12
#16
During the period covered by this report, the station posted all positions including
upper level vacancies with media trade groups whose membership includes
substantial participation by women and minorities: Longwood University, Averett
University, ITT, Central VA. Community College, Capital Area Resource Workforce
Center, Urban League of Greater Richmond, NAACP VA State Conference, National
Association of Black Journalists and Richmond Association of Black Journalists.
WRIC-TV Recruitment Alert – Twice a week at various times WRIC TV8 runs an
on-air promotional spot encouraging viewers interested in careers in
broadcasting at WRIC TV to call Human Resource at 804.330.8888 or email
[email protected]
Recruitment Initiative Classifications
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Participation in at least four job fairs by station personnel who have substantial responsibility in
making hiring decision
Hosting of at least one job fair
Co sponsoring of at least one job fair with organizations in the business and professional community
whose membership includes substantial participation by women and minorities.
Participation in at least four events, including conventions, career days, workshops, and similar
activities, sponsored by organizations representing groups present in the community interested in
broadcast employment issues
Establishment of an internship program designed to assist members of the community to acquire
skills needed for broadcast employment
Participation in job banks, Internet programs, and other programs designed to promote outreach
generally (i.e., outreach that is not primarily directed to providing notification of specific job
vacancies)
Participation in scholarship programs designed to assist students interested in pursing a career in
broadcasting
Establishment of training programs designed to enable station personnel to acquire skills that could
qualify them for higher level positions
Establishment of a mentoring program for station personnel
Participation in at least four events or programs sponsored by educational institutions relating to
career opportunities in broadcasting
Sponsorship of at least two events in the community designed to inform and educate members of the
public about employment opportunities in broadcasting
Listing of each upper-level category opening in a job bank or newsletter of media trade groups
whose membership includes substantial participation by women and minorities
Provision of assistance to unaffiliated non-profit entities in the maintenance of web sites that provide
counseling on the process of searching for broadcast employment and/or other career development
assistance pertinent to broadcasting
Provision of training to management level personnel as to methods of ensuring equal employment
opportunity and preventing discrimination
Provision of training to personnel of unaffiliated non-profit organizations interested in broadcast
employment opportunities that would enable them to better refer job candidates for broadcast
positions
Participation in other activities designed by the station reasonably calculated to further the goal of
disseminating information as to employment opportunities in broadcasting to job candidates who
might otherwise be unaware of such opportunities
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