EEO Report, June 2012-May 2013

July 1 2013, 10:43am
Categories: EEO

This Report covers full-time vacancy recruitment data for the period of June 1st, 2012-May 31st 2013. Placed in the public file, May 28, 2013.

1) Employment name & Location: Charlottesville, Virginia. Stu-Comm Incorporated.

2) Call sign and community licenses: WNRN, Charlottesville

3) EEO Contact Information:
Mailing address: 2250 Old Ivy Road, Suite 2 Charlottesville, VA 22903
Telephone number: 434-971-4096
Contact Person: Anne Williams
Email Address: awilliams@wnrn.org

4) Full-time job vacancies filled in time period covered by report:

Section 1: Full time job openings filled during this period:
October 1, 2011 – October 30, 2012

Job Title Recruitment Source Referring Hire
General Manager CPB Jobs Posting

Total number of people interviewed for this position: 6

Section 2: Recruitment Sources
October 1, 2011 – October 30, 2012

Recruitment source:
Total Number of Interviewees this source provided Full time positions which this source was utilized
1. Internal posting 2 General Manager

2. Billboard
Jeff Serrette
Classifieds
212.493.4199
jserrette@billboard.com
770 Broadway, New York, NY 10003 0 General Manager

3. All Access
John Schoenberger
Triple A Editor
760-364-4956
jschoenberger@allaccess.com
Allacess.com
28955 Pacific Coast Highway
Suite 210
Mailbu, CA 90265
0 General Manager

4. Triple A Radio
David Chaney
dave@triplearadio.com
530.277.9018
TripleARadio.com
228 Commercial Street
Nevada City, California
95959-2507 0 General Manager

5. FMQB
Jack Barton
jbarton@fmqb.com
1930 East Marlton Pike, Executive Mews, Suite F-36, Cherry Hill, NJ 08003. (856) 424-9114 0 General Manager
6. Word of mouth/walk in 1 General Manager

7. CPB Jobline
www.cpb.org/jobline
Corporation for Public Broadcasting
401 Ninth Street, NW
Washington, DC 20004-2129
202-879-9600 3 General Manager

8. Cville Weekly
classifieds@c-ville.com
434-817-2749
308 East Main St., Charlottesville, VA, 22902 0 General Manager

9. Hook Weekly
classifieds@readthehook.com
(434) 295-8700 x222
100 2nd St NW # A Charlottesville, VA 22902 0 General Manager

Section 3:
Community Outreach Efforts
1) News training program takes community members who are recruited by the News Director and teaches them how to write, prepare, and read the news live on the air in both the morning and afternoon drive. Once the training is complete the News Director will continue to support them by critiquing news readers, scheduling the news staff, and reviewing all news scripts. Morning news readers are also taught how to create, read and record a morning business report.

2) WNRN recruits and retains volunteers for on air shifts. The training of volunteers starts with voice tracking. This includes learning the contents and order of a break, and work towards a conversational style while going through the scripts and branding statements. Once well versed in voice tracking and has a command of break elements, volunteers are trained to do a live on-air shift. All volunteers must understand the WNRN Staff Manual, which includes what the FCC requires of a transmitter operator. Volunteers are critiqued by the Volunteer Coordinator to improve their overall on-air performance.

3) On-going Internship Program for Area College and High School Students. This on-going semester internship program welcomes students from area universities, colleges and high schools who are motivated and excited about learning and contributing to community radio. Their internship is endorsed, supported and monitored by the sponsoring university or high school. Students receive course credit for their work with WNRN upon completion of each semester. WNRN offers internships for Spring, Summer and Fall Semesters. During this reporting period, WNRN has had six student interns, two per semester, three semesters per year. WNRN interns learn administrative and marketing skills. Interns also help manage our music data base, winner data base, help with creating facebook events, editing podcasts, and managing the WNRN website.

4) Training Management Personnel
WNRN has an established management training program designed to enable station personnel to acquire skills that can qualify them for higher level positions. Station employees are encouraged to attend, and funding is provided to attend training conference and events hosted by non-commercial radio trade or music organizations.
Asst Manager Music Conference, San Francisco February 2013
Asst Manager Music Conference, Nashville September 2012
General Manager Music Conference, Philadelphia May 2013
Music Director Music Conference, Philadelphia May 2013
Sales/Promotions Music Conference, Philadelphia May 2013


EEO Public File Report

April 29 2012, 10:15am
Categories: EEO

This Report covers full-time vacancy recruitment data for the period of June 1st, 2011-May 31st 2012. Placed in the public file, May 29, 2012.

  1. Employment name & Location: Charlottesville, Virginia. Stu-Comm Incorporated.
  1. Call sign and community licenses: WNRN, Charlottesville
  1. EEO Contact Information:

Mailing address: 2250 Old Ivy Road, Suite 2 Charlottesville, VA 22903
Telephone number: 434-971-4096
Contact Person: Anne Williams
Email Address: awilliams@wnrn.org

  1. Full-time job vacancies filled in time period covered by report:

Section 1: Full time job openings filled during this period:

October 1, 2011 – April 30, 2012

Job Title Recruitment Source Referring Hire
General Manager CPB Jobs Posting

Total number of people interviewed for this position: 8

Section 2: Recruitment Sources

October 1, 2011 – April 30, 2012

Recruitment source: Total Number of Interviewees this source provided Full time positions which this source was utilized


1. Internal posting 2 General Manager
2. Billboard
Jeff Serrette
Classifieds
212.493.4199
jserrette@billboard.com
770 Broadway, New York, NY 10003
0 General Manager
3. All Access
John Schoenberger
Triple A Editor
760-364-4956
jschoenberger@allaccess.com
Allacess.com
28955 Pacific Coast Highway
Suite 210
Mailbu, CA 90265
0 General Manager
4. Triple A Radio
David Chaney
dave@triplearadio.com
530.277.9018
TripleARadio.com
228 Commercial Street
Nevada City, California
95959-2507
0 General Manager
5. FMQB
Jack Barton
jbarton@fmqb.com
1930 East Marlton Pike, Executive Mews, Suite F-36, Cherry Hill, NJ 08003. (856) 424-9114
0 General Manager
6. Word of mouth/walk in 1 General Manager


7. CPB Jobline
www.cpb.org/jobline
Corporation for Public Broadcasting
401 Ninth Street, NW
Washington, DC 20004-2129
202-879-9600
5 General Manager
8. Cville Weekly
classifieds@c-ville.com
434-817-2749
308 East Main St., Charlottesville, VA, 22902
0 General Manager
9. Hook Weekly
classifieds@readthehook.com
(434) 295-8700 x222
100 2nd St NW # A  Charlottesville, VA 22902
0 General Manager

Section 3:

Community Outreach Efforts

1) News training program takes community members who are recruited by the News Director and teaches them how to write, prepare, and read the news live on the air in both the morning and afternoon drive.  Once the training is complete the News Director will continue to support them by critiquing news readers, scheduling the news staff, and reviewing all news scripts. Morning news readers are also taught how to create, read and record a morning business report.

2) WNRN recruits and retains volunteers for on air shifts. The training of volunteers starts with voice tracking. This includes learning the contents and order of a break, and work towards a conversational style while going through the scripts and branding statements. Once well versed in voice tracking and has a command of break elements, volunteers are trained to do a live on-air shift.  All volunteers must understand the WNRN Staff Manual, which includes what the FCC requires of a transmitter operator.  Volunteers are critiqued by the Volunteer Coordinator to improve their overall on-air performance.

  1. On-going Internship Program for Area College and High School Students. This on-going semester internship program welcomes students from area universities, colleges and high schools who are motivated and excited about learning and contributing to community radio. Their internship is endorsed, supported and monitored by the sponsoring university or high school. Students receive course credit for their work with WNRN upon completion of each semester. WNRN offers internships for Spring, Summer and Fall Semesters. During this reporting period, WNRN has had six student interns, two per semester, three semesters per year. WNRN interns learn administrative and marketing skills.  Interns also help manage our music data base, winner data base, help with creating facebook events, editing podcasts, and managing the WNRN website.


4) Training Management Personnel

WNRN has an established management training program designed to enable station personnel to acquire skills that can qualify them for higher level positions. Station employees are encouraged to attend, and funding is provided to attend training conference and events hosted by non-commercial radio trade or music organizations.

Acting Manager Music Conference, San Diego February 2012

Acting Manager Music Conference, Nashville October 2011

Acting Manager Music Conference, Philadelphia May 2012

Music Director Music Conference, Philadelphia May 2012

Sales/Promotions Music Conference, Philadelphia May 2012


WNRN Hiring

September 22 2011, 6:22pm
Categories: EEO

WNRN seeks a General Manager who will focus on community relations, grow the listener community and revenue (sponsorships, underwriting, membership), and enhance the place of WNRN in the cultural and civic life of the community. The GM should bring to the position experience in public radio management, expertise in revenue generation, excellent personnel management skills and a thorough knowledge of the operation of a radio station and be conversant with FCC rules and regulations   Salary commensurate with experience. Applications, consisting of a letter of application, resume and the names of three references, should be sent electronically to:  jobs@wnrn.org.  Review of applications will begin October 30 and the position is open until filled.


EEO Public File Report, May 2011

May 31 2011, 3:04pm
Categories: EEO

This Report covers full-time vacancy recruitment data for the period of June 1st, 2010-May 31st 2011. Placed in the public file, May 26, 2011

1)   Employment name & Location: Charlottesville, Virginia. Stu-Comm Incorporated.

2)   Call sign and community licenses: WNRN, Charlottesville

3)   EEO Contact Information:

Mailing address: 2250 Old Ivy Road, Suite 2 Charlottesville, VA 22903

Telephone number: 434-971-4096

Contact Person: Anne Williams

Email Address: manager@wnrn.org

Part 1

Full-time job vacancies filled in time period covered by report:

None

Part 2

Community Outreach         Efforts

1)         News training program takes community members who are recruited by the News Director and teaches them how to write, prepare, and read the news live on the air in both the morning and afternoon drive.  Once the training is complete the News Director will continue to support them by critiquing news readers, scheduling the news staff, and reviewing all news scripts. Morning news readers are also taught how to create, read and record a morning business report.
2)         WNRN recruits and retains volunteers for on air shifts. The training of volunteers starts with voice tracking. This includes learning the contents and order of a break, and work towards a conversational style while going through the scripts and branding statements. Once well versed in voice tracking and has a command of break elements, volunteers are trained to do a live on-air shift.  All volunteers must understand the WNRN Staff Manual, which includes what the FCC requires of a transmitter operator.  Volunteers are critiqued by the Volunteer Coordinator to improve their overall on-air performance.

3)        On-going Internship Program for Area College and High School Students. This on-going semester internship program welcomes students from area universities, colleges and high schools who are motivated and excited about learning and contributing to community radio. Their internship is endorsed, supported and monitored by the sponsoring university or high school. Students receive course credit for their work with WNRN upon completion of each semester. WNRN offers internships for Spring, Summer and Fall Semesters. During this reporting period, WNRN has had six student interns, two per semester. WNRN interns learn administrative and marketing skills.  Interns also help manage our music data base, winner data base, help with creating facebook events, editing podcasts, and managing the WNRN website.

4) Training Management Personnel

WNRN has an established management training program designed to enable station personnel to acquire skills that can qualify them for higher level positions. Station employees are encouraged to attend, and funding is provided to attend training conference and events hosted by non-commercial radio trade or music organizations.

Music Director                       Music Conference, Wilmington DE May 2011

Asst Manager                        Music Conference, Wilmington DE May 2011

Sales/Promotions                 Music Conference, Wilmington DE May 2011

Asst Manager                        Music Conference, San Diego February 2011

Asst Manager                        Music Conference, Nashville, TN September 2010

Music Director                       Music Conference, Philadelphia June 2010

Training Director                   Music Conference, Philadelphia June 2010

Sales/Promotions                 Music Conference, Philadelphia June 2010