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KAZN(AM), KAHZ(AM), KALI(AM) and KMRB(AM) EEO PUBLIC FILE REPORT

KAZN(AM), KAHZ(AM), KALI(AM) and KMRB(AM)

EEO PUBLIC FILE REPORT
August 1, 2017 – July 31, 2018

Multicultural Radio Broadcasting Licensee, LLC – Los Angeles SEU
Official Responsible for EEO Implementation: Mr. Felix Guo

PH: (626) 844-8882, felixg@mrbi.net

I. VACANCY LIST

See Section II, the “Master Recruitment Source List” (“MRSL”) for recruitment source data.

Job Title Recruitment Sources (RS) Used to Fill Vacancy RS Referring Hiree
KMRB Account Executive 1-13 11
KMRB Account Executive 1-13 12
KMRB Account Executive 1-13 13
General Market Account Executive 8-13 10
KMRB Program Host & Assistant 1-14 14
KMRB Program Director 8-14 14
KAZN Program Assistant 1-12 8
KMRB News Announcer 1-14 14

 

KAZN(AM), KAHZ(AM), KALI(AM) and KMRB (AM)

EEO PUBLIC FILE REPORT

August 1, 2017 – July 31, 2018

RS
Number
RS Information Source Entitled
to Vacancy
Notification?
(Yes/No)
No. of Interviewees Referred by RS

over
Reporting Period

1 Buddhist Tzu Chi Foundation (El Monte Office)

9620 Flair Dr.

El Monte, CA  91731

www.tzuchi.us

info@tzuchi.us

No 0
2 Culture Center of Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Los Angeles

9443 Telstar Ave.

El Monte, CA  91731

Ph: (626) 443-9999,  Fax: (626) 443-7777

cclaroc@sbcglobal.net

No 5
3 APAC Service Center

789 South San Gabriel Boulevard, #C

San Gabriel, CA  91776

Ph: (626) 291-2200

Attn. Human Resources

No 0
4 Asian Pacific Family Center

9353 East Valley Boulevard

Rosemead, CA  91731

Ph: (626) 287-2988

Attn. Human Resources

No 0
5 Pasadena City College

1570 E. Colorado Blvd.

Pasadena, CA  91106

Career Center

Ph: (626) 585-7807

yxdelapaz@pasadena.edu

www.pasadena.edu/contact.php

No 3
6 Association of American Chinese Groups

9550 Flair Drive #103

El Monte, CA 91731

Ph: (626) 279-1365

Attn. Human Resources

No 0
7 Chinese American Education Association

P.O. Box 673

Monterey Park, CA 91754

Ph: (626) 574-1111

Attn. Human Resources

No 0
8 On-Air Announcements (all SEU stations) No 7
9 Station Website Postings (one or more SEU stations) No 3
10 Word-of-Mouth Referral No 6
11 Chinese in LA Website

www.chineseinla.com

No 8
12 Sing Tao (major Chinese newspaper)

17059 Green Dr.

City of Industry, CA  91745

Classified Ad Dept.

Contact: Mrs. Lam

Ph: (626)956-8200

www.singtaousa.com

No 5
13 New York Film Academy Student WeChat Group (University Social Media Platform) No 1
14 Internal Transfer/Promotion No 3
Total Interviewees Over Reporting Period 41

 

KAZN(AM), KAHZ(AM), KALI(AM) and KMRB (AM)

EEO PUBLIC FILE REPORT

August 1, 2017 – July 31, 2018

III. RECRUITMENT INITIATIVES

  Type of Recruitment Initiative
(Menu Selection)
Brief Description of Activity
1 Management-level training regarding equal employment opportunity and preventing discrimination On January 4, 2018, our SEU participated in an FCC EEO compliance webinar entitled, “The FCC’s Equal Employment Opportunity Rules: The Nuts & Bolts for Multicultural Radio Broadcasting, Inc.,” presented by its outside communications counsel.  SEU participants included our KAZN and KMRB managers.
2 Participate in Job Fair On January 15, 2018, MRBI participated in the Asian American Expo in Pomona, California.  SEU participants included the Vice President of Multicultural Radio Broadcasting, Inc.-West Coast, our Personnel Director and a member of the personnel staff, who disseminated information about careers opportunities in radio broadcasting.
3 Host event/program sponsored by the U. S. Army designed, in part, to disseminate information about career opportunities in broadcasting On January 30, 2018, our SEU hosted a team of U.S. soldiers and officers in the government language training program, “Unconventional,” for a tour of the KAZN studio, which included a behind-the-scenes look at and discussion about radio operations.  Information about the various career opportunities available in radio was also shared and SEU staff members were on hand to answer questions.
4 Host event designed to disseminate information about career opportunities in broadcasting On February 24, 2018, our SEU organized a joint “Chinese New Year Celebration Street and Job Fair,” during which SEU representatives distributed job flyers and spoke with interested attendees about career opportunities with Multicultural as well as in radio broadcasting, generally.  Every member of our SEU participated in this event.
5 Internship Program Our SEU is proud of its internship program that provides students with hands-on experience in radio broadcasting.  Our SEU hosted one (1) student intern from Boston University during the week of March 5, 2018.  This student intern was supervised by our Program Director and, after learning about general radio operations by assisting SEU personnel in various departments, helped our Program Director edit radio programs and prepare on-air guests.
6 Host event/program sponsored by the U. S. Army designed, in part, to disseminate information about career opportunities in broadcasting

On June 26, 2018, our SEU hosted a team of U.S. soldiers and officers in the government language training program, “Unconventional,” for a tour of the KAZN studio which, included a behind-the-scenes look at and discussion about radio operations.  Information about the various career opportunities available in radio was also shared and SEU staff members were on hand to answer questions.