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FCC Public File for KJLA-DTV 57/49 Ventura, Los Angeles, CA

21. EEO Regulations For Broadcasters

The FCC’s current equal employment opportunity rules emphasize broad outreach and recruitment. The Commission’s EEO rules apply to all broadcast “station employment units” with five or more full-time employees.  A station employment unit includes all commonly-owned stations in the same market if they share even a single employee.  Full-time employees are those whose regular work schedule is 30 hours or more per week.  Although employment units having fewer than five full-time employees are not subject to formal outreach and recruitment requirements, they still must comply with the anti-discrimination policy noted above.  At present, the new rules apply only to full-time positions, although the Commission is considering the extent to which these or modified rules should apply to part-time employment as well.  Licensees and brokers of time-brokered stations each must apply the Commission’s EEO requirements with respect to their own employees.

Filed 07/30/2010

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