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February 1, 2014

Vacancies sought to be filled for the period of February 1, 2013 – January 31, 2014

1. News Anchor (1)

2. On-Air Announcer - Part-time (1)

Full-time positions filled for the period of February 1, 2013 – January 31, 2014 – None
Part-time positions filled for the period of February 1, 2013 – January 31, 2014 - One

Recruitment sources utilized:

1. Radio-Online.com

2. HisAir.net

3. BestRadioJobs.com

4. Journalismjobs.com

5. TV & Radio Jobs.com

6. AirTalents.com

7. Family Life Website

Family Life Ministries, Inc. interviewed or corresponded with, in various forms 49 individuals who showed interest in the two openings with the Family Life Network. Twenty of those contacts were for the news position; 29 were for the part-time on-air position. We were able to fill the one part-time on-air position as a result of hiring an individual who had done part-time work previously. The news position has yet to be filled.

Family Life Ministries, Inc. utilizes a few primary methods of securing qualified applicants. These sites also provide a good cross section of minority applicants. Family Life had interviews/contacts with 13 female candidates; four African-American candidates; and one Asian-American candidate. FLM also utilized in-house efforts by posting these positions, along with the position on its own website employment opportunities section as well as announcing current staff needs at FLM public sponsored events.

During the previous year, many we corresponded with were as a result of online advertising. However, the majority of our significant applicants came as a result of personal contact over the past few years and through Family Life’s own website. Most of the online applicants did not identify the exact service that they were responding to, but we did see references to HisAir.net and Journalismjobs.com.

Family Life Ministries, Inc. personnel participated in the following activities the previous year

1. Was involved in a major summer festival in New York where employment needs were addressed to numerous adult attendees.

2. Conducted a number of tours of radio facilities for school groups of all ages interested in learning more of what is involved in radio broadcasting.

3. Allowed high school and college students to “shadow” full-time staff for a day to educate them on the aspects of broadcasting.

4. Spoke at a few career days sponsored by colleges and high schools with regards to employment opportunities and what is required for such.

5. Hosted or co-sponsored nearly 60 concerts and events inviting attendees to become familiar with radio network. When the opportunity presented itself, Family Life would make known the needs of personnel to fill positions.

6. Conducted a major internship program working with college-age students who were involved during the summer months with the news and production aspects of the radio organization.

7. Worked with gifted participants from Family Life's listening audience to create radio spots and long form drama. Specifically a "Kids Korner" group of young radio enthusiasts met monthly to record aspects of Family Life's children's programming.

8. Continued to be involved with Family Life’s internet site with other radio outreaches communicating personnel needs at FLM.

9. Met with nearly 100 Advisory Board Members and communicated with them the staff needs of the radio outreach.

10. Conducted two public telethons and invited people to tour the facilities. Had nearly 2,000 people attend these telethons and shared with those attending the staff needs of the radio outreach.