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EEO Report July 31, 2006

EEO INTERNAL JOB VACANCY SUMMARY FORM

A. Full-Time Vacancy Filled #1 Job Title: Television Broadcast Equipment Operator Date Filled: June 4, 2006 #2 Job Title: General Manager/Director of Broadcasting, College of Communications Date Filled: June 15, 2006 #3 Job Title: Broadcast Research Operations Specialist/News & Information Programming Ass't Date Filled: June 16, 2006 #4 Job Title: Broadcast Research Operations Specialist/FM Traffic Manager Date Filled: June 17, 2006 B. Recruitment/Referral Sources Source Contact Person Address Tel # Hired? Interv'ed? Internal various WILL-AM-FM-TV 217-333-0850 2 2 300 N. Goodwin Urbana, IL Positions 2, 3, & 4 listed above here (Martha Diehl hired as Broadcast Research Operations Specialist/News & Information Programming Ass't) (Dyanna Gregory hired as Broadcast Research Operations Specialist/FM Traffic Manager) University of L. Denise Hendricks 52 E. Gregory 217-333-3101 1 2 Illinois Champaign, IL Personnel Services * Position 1 listed here only (David Heckman hired as Television Broadcast Equipment Operator) *Civil Service employees hired through University Personnel Office; must be tested and ranked on a register and names submitted in order from the register for interviewing. Current Classified Ad 1612 K St. NW 202-463-7055 1 3 (Public broadcasting Suite 704 newspaper) Washington, DC 20006 Position 2 listed above here (Mark Leonard hired as General Manager/Director of Broadcasting, College of Communications) U of Illinois online listing Employment Center Positions 1 (notice of civil service test to be given listed), 2, 3, & 4 listed here Broadcasting & Yuju Atsumi 646-746-6949 Cable (Broadcasting magazine) Position 2 listed above here The News-Gazette Classified Ad 15 E. Main 217-351-5288 Champaign, IL 61820 Position 2 listed above here Chicago Tribune Classified Ad 435 N. Michigan 312-222-2222 (includes Red-Eye Chicago, IL 60611 commuter newspaper, Hoy Spanish newspaper, & JobFinder magazine Position 2 listed above here Careerbuilder.com Chicago Tribune online posting Position 2 listed above here N'digo Chauncey Marshall 19 N. Sangamon 312-264-6265 Chicago, IL 60607 312-822-0288 (fax) Position 2 listed above here National Assoc Online listing 202-429-5498 of Broadcasters 202-721-8776 (fax) Position 2 listed above here Corporation for Public Broadcasting Jobline (CPB Jobline is a CPB system online service to stations. Announcement was posted there.) Position 2 listed above here National Public Radio Direct Access Communications System (NPR DACS is an NPR system online service to stations. Announcement was posted there.) Position 2 listed above here PBS Connect (PBS Connect is a PBS system online service to stations. Announcement was posted there.) Position 2 listed above here National Assoc Erinn Joyner 301-270-7100 Black Journalists Position 2 listed above here American Women in N/A online Radio & TV Position 2 listed above here WILL Website Denise Perry WILL-AM-FM-TV 217-333-0850 300 N. Goodwin Urbana, IL 61801 Position 2 listed above here Public Radio in Mid-America listserve Position 2 listed above here University of Illinois Alumni listserve Position 2 listed above here Usenet newsgroups online posting alt.radio.networks.npr (National NPR group) chi.jobs (Chicago area jobs group) cmi.jobs (Central Illinois jobs group) cmi.media.will.announce (WILL-AM-FM-TV group) cmi.media.announce (Central Illinois media group) rec.radio.broadcasting (National commercial and non-commercial radio group) rec.radio.noncomm (National non-commercial radio group) uiuc.misc.jobs (University of Illinois jobs group) Position 2 listed above here C. Attachments No organizations requested vacancy information. Description of Supplemental Outreach Intiatives Sponsorship of Community Event. On an on-going basis, the WILL Stations work with faculty at University High School in Urbana, Illinois to develop an oral history curriculum to train students, including minorities, in the basics of audio production and journalism. Each year, the students produce a documentary that is broadcast on WILL Radio, and a few have chosen to major in journalism at the college level. Sponsorship of Community Event. The WILL Stations have developed a community outreach initiative, designed specifically to reach young minorities, with assistance from a member of the faculty at the University of Illinois. Dr. Will Patterson is co-director of the project with WILL's Kimberlie Kranich. The Youth Media Workshop is a collaboration between public radio station, WILL-AM 580, and Innovative Ed. Consulting, Inc., an educational programming, multimedia marketing and action research company. The workshop partners with public schools in Champaign-Urbana, Illinois to teach African-American youth how to make radio and television documentaries that link their generation, the hip-hop generation, to the civil rights and black power generations. Middle school age female minority students put together a radio documentary each year. The students learn about basic audio production and receive instruction in newswriting from WILL's professional staff. (Audio access to the most recent production is available at: http://www.will.uiuc.edu/FranklinSite05/index.html. African-American male students from Urbana High School are working with WILL-TV and the Youth Media Workshop on a video production. Establishment of Training Program. Station WILL-TV hires minority trainees, with little or no experience in television production, and teaches them the rudiments of camera operation and studio production. The young people involved in this program are provided with skills that can qualify them for higher level, full-time, positions in broadcasting.