EEO Public File Report

This report covers full-time recruitment data for the period February 1, 2012 to January 15, 2013. .

CHISHOLM TRAIL BROADCASTING CO.
CHAMPLIN BROADCASTING, INC.
EEO PUBLIC FILE REPORT

This report covers full-time recruitment data for the period February 1, 2012 to January 15, 2013.

1) Employment Unit:

Chisholm Trail Broadcasting Co. and Champlin Broadcasting, Inc. (collectively,
the “Licensees”)

2) Unit Members (Stations and Communities of License):

KCRC-AM – Enid, OK
KOAG-AM – Enid, OK
KQOB-FM – Enid, OK
KNID-FM – North Enid, OK
KZLS-FM – Mustang, OK
KXLS-FM – Lahoma, OK

3) EEO Contact Information for Unit Members:

Mailing address:

Chisholm Trail Broadcasting Co.
Champlin Broadcasting, Inc.
P.O. Box 952
Enid, OK 73702

Telephone Number:
(580) 237-1390
Contact Person/Title:
Ricky Roggow/Operations Manager
E-mail Address:
rroggow@knid.com

4) List all Full-Time Job Vacancies Filled by Each Station in the Employment Unit:

Job Title:

1. Promotions Director

2. Account Executive

3. Account Executive

4. Account Executive

5. General Manager

6. Account Executive

7. Account Executive

8. Account Executive

Recruitment Source Referring Hiree:

Enid News & Eagle newspaper ad

Enid News & Eagle newspaper ad

Enid News & Eagle newspaper ad

Walk-in applicant

Employee referral

On air radio recruitment ad

On air radio recruitment ad

On air radio recruitment ad

9. Account Executive

10. Account Executive

11. Account Executive

12. Account Executive

Employee referral

On air radio recruitment ad

Employee referral

Walk-in applicant

Stations KCRC-AM, KOAG-AM, KQOB-FM, KNID-FM, KZLS-FM, and KXLS-FM
are Equal Opportunity Employers

2

5) Job Title: Promotions Director (1)

(i) Organization
Notified of Job
Vacancy

Contact
Person

Address:

Referral Source(s) of Hiree: Enid News & Eagle
newspaper advertisement

Telephone:
Fax:

# of
Interviewees
Referred

Enid News & Eagle

Monster.com – job
search website

Classified
Ads Dept.

Job Seeker 622 3rd Ave., 39th Floor
Dept.
New York, New York 10017

227 West Broadway
Enid, Oklahoma 73701

(580) 233-6600

(212) 351-7000

3

1

5) Job Title: Account Executive (2)

(i) Organization
Notified of Job
Vacancy

Contact
Person

Address:

Referral Source(s) of Hiree: Enid News & Eagle
newspaper advertisement

Telephone:
Fax:

# of
Interviewees
Referred

Enid News & Eagle

Northwestern
Oklahoma State
University – Enid
Campus
knid.com – Chisholm
Trail Broadcasting
Co. website

Classified
Ads Dept.

Lori
Coonrod

227 West Broadway
Enid, Oklahoma 73701

2929 East Randolph
Enid, Oklahoma 73071

(580) 233-6600

(580) 237-0334

1

0

Amy
Swanner

316 East Willow Road
Enid, Oklahoma 73701

(580) 237-1390

0

5) Job Title: Account Executive (3)

(i) Organization
Notified of Job
Vacancy

Contact
Person

Address:

Referral Source(s) of Hiree: Enid News & Eagle
newspaper advertisement

Telephone:
Fax:

# of
Interviewees
Referred

Enid News & Eagle

Northwestern
Oklahoma State
University – Enid
Campus
knid.com – Chisholm
Trail Broadcasting
Co. website

Classified
Ads Dept.

Lori
Coonrod

227 West Broadway
Enid, Oklahoma 73701

2929 East Randolph
Enid, Oklahoma 73071

(580) 233-6600

(580) 237-0334

10

0

Amy
Swanner

316 East Willow Road
Enid, Oklahoma 73701

(580) 237-1390

0

3

5) Job Title: Account Executive (4)

(i) Organization
Notified of Job
Vacancy

Contact
Person

Address:

Referral Source(s) of Hiree: Walk-in applicant*

Telephone:
Fax:

# of
Interviewees
Referred

Walk-in applicant*

N/A

N/A

N/A

1

* This full-time hire learned of the vacancy through the newspaper advertisement that was placed in the

Enid News & Eagle concerning the account executive position referred to immediately above. However,
she was in California at the time that position was filled. When the person who had been hired to fill the
prior account executive position left the employment of the stations and an account executive position
again became available, she was contacted by the Licensees and hired to fill the full-time vacancy.

5) Job Title: General Manager (5)

(i) Organization
Notified of Job
Vacancy

Contact
Person

Address:

Referral Source(s) of Hiree: Employee referral

Telephone:
Fax:

# of
Interviewees
Referred

Employee referral

N/A

N/A

N/A

1

5) Job Title: Account Executive (6)

(i) Organization
Notified of Job
Vacancy

Contact
Person

Address:

Referral Source(s) of Hiree: On-air radio
recruitment advertisement

Telephone:
Fax:

# of
Interviewees
Referred

On air radio
recruitment ad

N/A

N/A

N/A

3

5) Job Title: Account Executive (7)

(i) Organization
Notified of Job
Vacancy

Contact
Person

Address:

Referral Source(s) of Hiree: On-air radio
recruitment advertisement

Telephone:
Fax:

# of
Interviewees
Referred

On air radio
recruitment ad

N/A

N/A

N/A

4

4

5) Job Title: Account Executive (8)

(i) Organization
Notified of Job
Vacancy

Contact
Person

Address:

Referral Source(s) of Hiree: On-air radio
recruitment advertisement

Telephone:
Fax:

# of
Interviewees
Referred

On air radio
recruitment ad

N/A

N/A

N/A

1

5) Job Title: Account Executive (9)

(i) Organization
Notified of Job
Vacancy

Contact
Person

Address:

Referral Source(s) of Hiree: Employee Referral

Telephone:
Fax:

# of
Interviewees
Referred

Employee referral

N/A

N/A

N/A

1

5) Job Title: Account Executive (10)

(i) Organization
Notified of Job
Vacancy

Contact
Person

Address:

Referral Source(s) of Hiree: On-air radio
advertisement

Telephone:
Fax:

# of
Interviewees
Referred

On air radio
recruitment ad

N/A

N/A

N/A

3

5) Job Title: Account Executive (11)

(i) Organization
Notified of Job
Vacancy

Contact
Person

Address:

Referral Source(s) of Hiree: Employee referral

Telephone:
Fax:

# of
Interviewees
Referred

Employee referral

N/A

N/A

N/A

1

5

5) Job Title: Account Executive (12)

(i) Organization
Notified of Job
Vacancy

Contact
Person

Address:

Referral Source(s) of Hiree: Walk-in applicant

Telephone:
Fax:

# of
Interviewees
Referred

Walk-in applicant

N/A

N/A

N/A

1

6) Total # of Interviewees Referred: For the period from February 1, 2012 to January 15, 2013, this Employment
Unit interviewed 30 interviewees for full-time vacancies.

7) Supplemental Recruitment Initiatives: List and briefly describe the Supplemental Recruitment Initiatives
undertaken during the period covered by this Report.

(a) Initiative: Personnel Training

The Licensees provide regular training to their employees based on the job description of the employee.
Account Executives receive sales training. Board Operators, as well as Programming Directors, meet
together with the Chief Engineer and the Operations Manager to discuss technical operations and proper
programming for on-air operations and upcoming live events. These ongoing efforts provide employees
with the opportunity to develop their skills. Regular full-staff meetings are also held to acquaint both
programming and sales personnel with what is going on in each department of the stations.

(b) Initiative: Event Participation

The Licensees set up and staff a booth from which live broadcasts are performed during the
Licensees’ annual Farm Show held each January and the Outdoor Recreational Show held each
August. The thousands of people that attend these shows are able to stop by and talk with the
Licensees’ General Manager, Operations Manager, and Promotions Director, as well as other
company employees about radio and opportunities in broadcasting.

(c) Initiative: Scout Tour

On April 10, 2012, the radio stations gave a tour for a local scout group. The tour, led by the Licensees’
Operations Manager, included descriptions of all jobs associated with a radio station and examples of what
types of responsibilities each employee has while working at a radio station. At the end of the tour, the
scouts were brought into the production room where their voices were recorded and shown how digital
editing is used to put their voices on the air.

(d) Initiative: Job Shadow(s)

At the request of one of the area high schools, the stations’ Sports Director arranged a career “Job Shadow”
day for one of their students on both June 20, 2012 and October 18, 2012, in which the student spent the
day with the Licensees’ Sports Director discussing the various duties that position entailed, toured the
studios of the radio stations, and had an opportunity to meet with other Licensee employees to learn about
each of their employment responsibilities at the stations.

6

(e) Initiative: College Speaking Engagement

On October 23, 2012, the Operations Manager, Sports Director, and an Account Executive spoke before
a class of students studying Mass Communications at Northern Oklahoma College. The speaking
engagement filled the entire class period, and included a question and answer session with the students as
well as a discussion involving employment requirements and opportunities in the broadcasting industry.

(f) Initiative: Event Participation

The Licensees set up and staff a booth from which live broadcasts are performed during the United Way of
Enid’s Annual Chili Cook-off held each October. The hundreds of people that attend this annual fundraiser
are able to stop by the booth and speak with the Licensees’ General Manager, Promotions Director, as well
as other company employees about radio and opportunities in the broadcasting industry.

(g) Initiative: Event Participation

The Licensees set up and staff a booth at one of the state’s largest arts and crafts expos held each December
at the Oklahoma State Fairgrounds. The thousands of people that attend this annual show are able to stop
by and speak with the Licensees’ General Manager, Sales Manager, as well as other company employees
about radio and opportunities in the broadcasting industry.

Advertisement








August 29, 2014

Poll

The Big Two!

Facebook and Twitter are the most popular social networks on the planet. Undoubtedly, you use these services or have heard of them.

Do you use Facebook and / or Twitter?

Weather

Clear

Currently:

Clear, 42º

Tomorrow:

Mostly Sunny, 59º

Advertisement:
New Zealand Earthquake Victims

Tile Ads