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    2015-2016 Annual Equal Employment Opportunity

    WEEU Broadcasting Company, Inc.
    WEEU Radio
    34 North Fourth Street
    Reading, PA 19601

    Employment Report for 2015 – 2016

    Job Referral Organizations
    WEEU is looking for organizations that regularly distribute information about employment opportunities to job applicants or which have job applicants to refer. If your organization would like to receive notification of job vacancies at our station, please notify: Mike Faust at 34 North Fourth Street, Reading , PA 19601 mfaust@weeu.com, (610) 376-7335, Extension 122. WEEU is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

    Job Opportunities

    The station is not currently seeking to fill any full-time jobs.

    Resumes for file can always be mailed to:

    WEEU Radio

    c/o Mike Faust, Operations Manager

    34 North Fourth Street

    Reading, PA.   19601

    No phone calls please.

    WEEU RADIO: Equal Employment Opportunity Annual Report: 4/1/15 through 3/31/16

    The purpose of this EEO Public File Report (“Report”) is to comply with Section 73.2080(c)(6) of the FCC’s 2002 EEO rule. This report has been prepared on behalf of the Station Employment Unit that is comprised of the following station:

    WEEU (AM) Reading , Pennsylvania

    The information contained in this Report covers the time period beginning April 1, 2015 to and including March 31, 2016. The FCC’s 2002 EEO Rule requires that this report contain the following information:

    1.     A list of all full-time vacancies filled by the Station comprising the Station Employment Unit during the applicable period;

    2.     For each such vacancy, the recruitment source(s) utilized to fill the vacancy.

    3.     The recruitment source that referred the hires for each full-time vacancy during the applicable period;

    4.     Data reflecting the total number of persons interviewed for full-time vacancies during the applicable period and the total number of interviewees referred by each recruitment source utilized in connection with such vacancies; and

    5.     A list and brief description of the initiatives undertake pursuant to Section 73.2080(c)(2) of the FCC rules.

    WEEU Broadcasting Company, Inc. the licensee of WEEU (AM), has been and will continue to be an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. WEEU is committed to broad and inclusive outreach for hiring full-time employees, affording equal opportunity to all qualified persons and refraining from discrimination on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender and religion. As required by Section 73.2080 of the Commission’s Rules, when the station is in a hiring mode for full time positions, it will participate in several different recruitment activities to ensure broad outreach.

    Part One: Full Time Hire

    There was one (1) promotion of a part-time employee to fulltime position.

    Part Two: The station hired a former station intern to a full-time position afternoon announcer on August 31, 2015.  No specific EEO outreach communications were utilized or required by FCC regulations to fill this position because the employee had previously served as a station intern (June-August 2014) in its college internship program with local educational institutions (Temple University, Kutztown University, Alvernia University, Albright College, West Chester University, and Penn State University).  The station regularly communicates with these institutions as one of its on-going EEO outreach initiatives.  As all of these institutions include significant female and minority representation, the station met its responsibility to give public notice of the availability of the internship positions and was not required to engage in further EEO outreach communications with regard to the college intern who was later hired on a full-time basis.  [After her internship, the employee who was recently hired to a full-time position was hired as a part-time station employee in April 2015, and she served in that capacity until she later accepted the full-time position discussed above.]

    The following is a list of recruitment resources which the station ordinarily contacts when full-time positions open up.”

    Department of Labor & Industry

    Office of Affirmative Action

    Room 1415

    Labor & Industry Building

    7th & Forester Streets

    Harrisburg, PA   17120


    Hispanic Center
    501 Washington Street
    PO Box 8652
    Reading, PA 19603


    PA Career Link – Berks Co.
    501 Crescent Avenue
    Reading, PA 19605


    Reading Eagle Newspaper Classifieds

    345 Penn Street

    Reading, PA 19603


    Reading Eagle Online Website Classified Ads

    345 Penn Street

    Reading, PA 19603


    Number of interviewees – 6


    Extended online network package with classified posting

    WEEU Radio Online Website

    WEEU Radio Online Website

    34 North Fourth Street

    Reading, PA 19601

    WEEU Radio

    WEEU Radio

    34 North Fourth Street

    Number of interviewees:

    Part Three: Supplemental E.E.O. Initiatives


    WEEU participated in 17 different supplemental initiatives during the period, including student job-shadowing, mentoring, and various media and communications presentations in the community, plus awarded one cash scholarship to a student involved with radio broadcasting at the station. WEEU also worked with about 78 students on a regular basis, providing hands-on broadcast experience by means of our weekly WEEU Radio Voices talk-radio program.  (See below for further details on all topics and initiatives.)

    1. 4/1/15 – WEEU’s Paul Druzba conducted a station tour with 20 homeschooled students from Reading.

    2. 4/10/15 – WEEU’s Paul Roberts mentored a Conrad Weiser student for his senior project.

    3. 4/16/15 – WEEU’s Paul Roberts spoke at Chef Alan’s Restaurant in West Reading to a civic group.

    4. 5/1/15 – WEEU’s Mike Faust conducted a tour for Ryan Gourley from Muhlenberg Elementary School for a Boy Scout Merit badge.

    5. 5/7/15 – WEEU’s Mike Faust mentored Alvernia University student Brian Johnson.

    6. 8/5/15 – WEEU’s Mike Faust spoke to 35 students at a church youth group event in Muhlenberg Township.

    7. 9/23/15 – WEEU’s Paul Druzba gave a station tour to 56 students from Reading School District.

    8. 9/25/15 – WEEU’s Paul Druzba gave a station tour to 75 9th grade students from Kutztown School District.

    9. 11/11/15 – WEEU’s Matt Gorney & Kelly Donkin gave a talk to 14 Wyomissing High School students.

    10. 2/24/16 – WEEU’s John Engle gave a talk at JR Wagner Elementary School to 25 students.

    11. 2/25/16 – WEEU’s Mike Keller spoke to 60 students at Muhlenberg Elementary school 3rd to 6th grade.


    WEEU Staff are available to work with college interns in the fall and winter semesters.  The interns have an opportunity to learn skills in a variety of radio positions from news-writing to promotions, sales and production.  The intern is typically in his or her senior year of college.  WEEU will work with the intern to help them meet the requirements necessary to get credits for the internship for the college if it offers such a program.  The internship usually requires approximately 30 hours a week.  WEEU also offers ‘shadow’ opportunities to students who seek them for school projects or career programs.  These are typically one day experiences shadowing a professional at the radio station.  These are unpaid internships.


    During the time period of this report, (52 weeks), WEEU continued working with students from various regional high schools, providing them with a hands-on opportunity to participate in all aspects of the actual live talk-radio broadcast of a weekly show for and about teens. Known as “RADIO VOICES” this weekly, one-hour talk-radio show involves students with every aspect of the show including pre-production, selection of topics, board operation, panelist duties, interaction with listeners/callers, and follow through.  The opportunity provides a realistic training opportunity, allowing students to consider whether or not a career in this field might be something they want to pursue beyond high school.  (78 students)


    In March of 2016 WEEU offered and awarded a $250.00 cash scholarship to The annual WEEU Radio Voices Scholarship winner is … Deanna Lupia of Muhlenberg High School.

    The scholarship is available to one of the students who regularly participated in WEEU ’s weekly ‘RADIO VOICES’ talk-radio program for teens during the previous year.  By their involvement with the radio show and a through a review process with the show’s one adult host who administers the program, as well as the one overall VOICES radio and print adult administrator, candidates had to demonstrate a desire to pursue a career in broadcasting or communications, and needed to have had a solid record of enthusiastic participation on WEEU’s Radio Voices Teen Panel Talk Show.


    WEEU has developed a literacy program that interfaces with the curriculum and students at Muhlenberg Elementary School. The students learn a new word each week. The ‘Word of the Week’ is a Monday morning feature on the WEEU Morning Show w/ Mike Keller, WEEU’s morning drive radio show. A student records the word, its’ definition and use in a sentence. The segment airs at 8:20. The student body listens and then incorporates that word into their reading program. At the end of each quarter students write a story using all the words. A Student is awarded a prize for best use of the words. At the end of the year there is a school assembly celebrating the words, stories and students.

    WEEU Radio Narrative Statement:

    WEEU’s outreach initiatives demonstrate a firm commitment to interaction with the community in ways that include mentoring students, participating in job fairs, conducting broadcast learning seminars, offering internships and scholarships, and producing a weekly teen radio talk show for students from all school districts in the community.

    WEEU is very pleased with the results of our weekly teen talk radio program, RADIO VOICES, as this effort has given the students actual hands-on experience with all aspects of producing and participating in a weekly radio talk show.  As an added bonus, the show is popular with teen and adult callers, and as such, it gives the students an opportunity to think on their feet as they field calls that generally center on a topic of the week.  There is generally a panel of three to four teens on the show each week.  Most participants are juniors and seniors in high school. 

    WEEU is very active in the local community and likes to help promote events that serve historical purposes for preservation and human interest as well as helping out charitable organizations, crime stopper groups, and any organization that is helping to make Berks County and beyond a better place to work, live and raise a family. Four or five times a year, Mike Faust does a three-hour live broadcast with Crime Alert Berks County to help get the word out about how the local residents can do their part to help law enforcement do their job better. On 3/12/15, Mighty Mike Faust kicked off Crime Alert Berks County’s “Blue Ribbons of Respect” campaign at the Dairy Queen in the Kenhorst Plaza. Listeners could come to the restaurant and get a blue ribbon that they could proudly display at their home or office to show they support their local law enforcement agencies.

    WEEU CARES is a series of broadcasts that were done in concert with local advertisers to help promote good will in the community to promote children’s charities like Opportunity House, Second Street Learning & Technology Center, Big Brother/Big Sister, Olivet Boys & Girls Club of Reading, Shriners Hospital for Children, Bethany Children’s Home, Reading Bike Hub, Toys for Tots, John Paul II Special Learning Center, Family Promise, and the Children’s Home of Reading. Mike Faust did a three-hour live broadcast on 2/23/16 at the Wyomissing Family Restaurant to promote and interview representatives from each entity listed above.

    WEEU also broadcast the Reading 120 Classic of the America’s pro bike race on Saturday, Sept.12th 2015. The six-hour live broadcast brought people from all walks of life within the county and the city to watch and listen to coverage of this inaugural race which included cyclists from all over the world.

    These types of efforts on the part of WEEU and its employees provides broad outreach and realistic opportunities to persons in the community who may be interested in a broadcasting career. 

    WEEU is an equal opportunity employer.  It is the policy of WEEU to provide equal employment opportunity to all qualified individuals without regard to their race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, disability, sexual orientation or any other characteristic protected by law, in all personnel actions.

    MF: 3/31/16



    Albright College                                                                                           Berks County Job Center
    Career Development Center                                                                   625 Cherry Street
    PO Box 15234                                                                                             Reading, PA   19602
    Reading, PA   19612


    Alvernia University                                                                                     NAACP
    Director of Career Services                                                                      P O Box 9418
    400 St. Bernardine Street                                                                         Allentown, PA  18105
    Reading, PA   19607


    Berks County Ahedd Office                                                                     Reading Berks Human Relations Council
    1150 Berkshire Blvd.                                                                                 602 Court Street
    Suite #160                                                                                                    Reading, PA   19601
    Wyomissing, PA   19610                                                                           Attn:  Job Placement Coordinator


    Connecticut School of Broadcasting                                                      Berks County Employment & Training Office

    1400 Old Country Road, Suite 211                                                        County Services Bldg, 15th Floor

    Westbury, NY   11590                                                                               633 Court Street

    516-280-6801                                                                                            Reading, PA   19601


    Department of Labor & Industry
    Office of Affirmative Action
    Room 1415
    Labor & Industry Building
    7th & Forester Streets
    Harrisburg, PA  17120


    Hispanic Center
    501 Washington Street
    Ste. 306
    Reading, PA   19601


    PA Career Link – Berks Co.
    1920 Kutztown Road
    Suite F
    Reading, PA   19604


    Penn State Berks Campus
    Career Development Center
    PO Box 7009
    Reading, PA   19610


    Reading Area Community College
    10 S 2nd Street
    PO Box 1706
    Reading, PA   19603


    Kutztown University
    Attn:  Career Development Center
    PO Box 730
    Kutztown, PA   19530


    Reading Eagle Newspaper Classifieds 2
    345 Penn Street
    Reading, PA   19603


    Reading Eagle Online Website Classified Ads

    345 Penn Street

    Reading,  PA  19603



    WEEU Radio Online Website

    34 North Fourth St

    Reading, PA  19601