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Public File Inspection
A portion of our public inspection file is now available at the FCC Website. The portions of the public file that are now available online are not available for inspection at the station.
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EEO Report / Public File
According to the rules of the FCC, all broadcast stations must maintain in their public file and on their website a report concerning their compliance with the FCC's policy on Equal Employment Opportunities. Click here for more information.