Earn EEO credit by attending the Massachusetts Broadcasters Association’s webinar, “Making It Work: A Broadcaster’s Guide to the FCC’s EEO Rule,” hosted by Scott Flick and Paul Ciceslki of the Washington, D.C. firm Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman, LLPon May 30th at 2 p.m. Registration for the webinar can be found on our website.
During the seminar, members will learn all of the requirements of a successful station EEO program including the three major elements of the FCC’s EEO rule, employment outreach requirements, the 16 FCC outreach credits, record keeping and reporting requirements, FCC EEO form information, the FCC’s EEO enforcement practices and more.
EEO is a critical component of a station’s license renewal.
Stations need to participate in a required number of job fairs, seminars, etc. each year in order to keep their FCC license. This EEO webinar will count as a credit, and participants will receive a certificate for their public files upon completion of the webinar.
This webinar is being conducted in conjunction with the New Hampshire Association of Broadcasters.