FCC Public File
FCC rules require that all licensees and permittees of TV and radio stations and applicants for new broadcast stations maintain a file available for public inspection. This file must contain documents relevant to the station's operation and dealings with the community and the FCC. The public inspection file generally must be maintained at the station's main studio. You also may find this information on the FCC Internet website.
As a public entity, the records of Illinois Public Media are available for review by the public.
The documents that are available are:
- Annual financial reports filed with CPB;
- Audited statements or other financial statements filed with CPB. These include the reports from CPB required audits conducted by independent certified public accountants or state-certified independent public accountants, according to the CPB adopted audit standards, and the financial statements which CPB may permit to be submitted in lieu of such audit reports under certain circumstances; and
- Other information regarding finances submitted to CPB related to any funding agreement with CPB that requires a financial report.
These documents are available for review by appointment only; or you may obtain a copy of any of these documents by contacting:
Illinois Public Media
300 N. Goodwin Avenue
Urbana, IL 61801
Monday –Friday 8:30am-5:00pm
Copies of all documents are available for a copy fee of 25 cents per single-sided page and 50 cents per two-sided page.
All other items covered by the Freedom of Information Act can be requested in writing by contacting:
507 E. Green Street, Suite 313
Champaign, IL 61820
fax: (217) 244-7124