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market in which any station included in the Unit operates is 250,000 or more. Based upon these two factors,
determine and state whether the Unit is required to perform two or four initiatives within a two-year period,
pursuant to Sections 73.2080(c)(2) and (eX3).
(e) Disclose any pending or resolved complaints involving the Station filed during the Station's
current license term before any body having competent jurisdiction under federal, state, territorial or local
law, alleging unlawful discrimination in the employment practices of the Unit on the basis of race, color,
religion, national origin, or sex. For each such complaint, provide: (1) a brief description of the allegations
and issues involved; (2) the names of the complainant and other persons involved; (3) the date the complaint
was filed; (4) the court or agency before which it is pending or by which it was resolved; (5) the file or case
number; and (6) the disposition and date thereof or current status. Note that all complaints must be reported,
regardless of their status or disposition.
(f) In accordance with Section 73.2080(b), from the first day of the Station's current license term (or
the date the licensee became the owner, if after that date) until the date of this letter, describe the
responsibilities of each level of Unit management responsible for implementing Unit EEO policies and
describe how the Unit has informed employees and job applicants of its EEO policies and program.
(g) In accordance with Section 73.2080(cX3), from the first day of the Station's current license term
(or the date the licensee became the owner, if after that date) until the date of this letter, describe the Unit's
efforts to analyze its EEO recruitment program to ensure that it is effective and to address any problems
found as a result of such analysis.
(h) In accordance with Section 73.2080(cX4), from the first day of the Station's current license term
(or the date the licensee became the owner, if after that date) until the date of this letter, describe the Unit's
efforts to analyze periodically its measures taken to examine pay, benefits, seniority practices, promotions,
and selection techniques and tests to ensure that they provide equal opportunity and do not have a
discriminatory effect. If the Unit has one or more union agreements, describe how the Unit cooperates with
each union to ensure EEO policies are followed for the Unit's union-member employees and job applicants.
(i) If your entity is a religious broadcaster and any of its full-time employees are subject to a
religious qualification as described in Section 73.2080(a) of the rules, so indicate in your response to this
letter and provide data as applicable to the Unit's EEO program. For example, for full-time hires subject to a
religious qualification, only a record of the hire listed by job title and date filled, the recruitment sources used
for the opening, and the source of the hiree must be provided. No other records are required for those hires.
If five or more full-time positions are not subject to a religious qualification, the licensee must maintain and
provide all records for such hires and complete the initiatives required under Section 73.2080(c)2).
Otherwise, a religious broadcaster is not required to perform these initiatives.
4. Time Brokerage.
(a) Licensee of brokered station(s). If the Unit employs fewer than five full-time employees and
any station included in it is subject to a time brokerage agreement, in addition to responding to this letter and
providing us a list of the Unit's full-time employees listed by job title (and the number of hours each
employee is assigned to work) and a response to Question 3(e) above, you must immediately forward a copy
of this letter to the broker under each such agreement, which must respond to Question 4(b) below. If the
Unit employs five or more full-time employees, the licensee must respond fully to paragraph 3 above, and
also forward the letter to the broker so the broker may respond to Question 4(b) below.
(b) Broker receiving audit letter from brokered station licensee. If you are the broker of a
station, and the station you are brokering receives an audit letter, the licensee of the brokered station must
forward the audit letter to you. You should respond to the audit letter concerning EEO information relating

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