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March 21, 2004 – March 21, 2005

Station: WNEP-TV

Date: March 21, 2004

List all full-time vacancies filled during the preceding year, identified by job title.

|Job Title |Recruitment Sources |

|Reporter (May 2004) |1-13, 15-25 |

|Reporter (May 2004) |1-13, 15-25 |

|Director (June 2004) |1-25 |

|Producer (June 2004) |1-25 |

|Reporter (June 2004) |1-25 |

|Photographer (June 2004) |1-25 |

|Maintenance Engineer (June 2004) |1-26 |

|Reporter (July 2004) |1-26 |

|Chyron Operator/Production (September 2004) |2-4, 6-13, 15-25 |

|Account Executive (February 2005) |2-4, 6-13, 15-25 |

|Producer (February 2005) |2-4, 6-13, 15-25 |

|Reporter (March 2005) |2-4, 6-13, 15-25, 27, 28 |

|Sports Anchor (March 2005) |2-4, 6-13, 15-25, 27, 28 |

List recruitment source(s) used to fill those vacancies, including address, contact person, and telephone number of each source.

|Source |Address |Contact Person |Telephone # |

|1) Nat’l Assoc. of Broadcasters| | |(202) 429-5300 |

| |1771 N Street, NW | | |

| |Washington, DC 20036 | | |

|2) TV Jobs | | |(760) 754-2115 fax |

| |Broadcast Employment Services | | |

| |P.O. Box 4116 | | |

| |Oceanside, CA 92052 | | |

|3) TV Newz | | | |

|4) Media Line | | |(800) 237-8073 |

| |P.O. Box 51909 | | |

| |Pacific Grove, CA 93950 | | |

|5) Nat’l Assoc. of Black | | |(301) 445-7101 fax |

|Journalists |c/o Sun Trust Bank | | |

| |P.O. Box 79613 | | |

| |Baltimore, MD 21279 | | |

|6) University of Scranton |gilmartinfl@scranton.edu |Career Services |(570) 941-7100 |

| |Linden Street & Monroe Ave. | | |

| |Scranton, PA | | |

|7) Marywood University |careerservices@marywood.edu |Career Services |(570) 348-6211 |

| |2300 Adams Avenue | | |

| |Dunmore, PA 18512 | | |

|8) Wilkes University |careers@wilkes.edu |Career Services |(800) 945-5378 |

| |P.O. Box 111 | | |

| |Wilkes-Barre, PA | | |

|9) Kings University |hahenneb@kings.edu |Career Services |(570) 208-5900 |

| |133 N. River Street | | |

| |Wilkes-Barre, PA 18711 | | |

|10) Syracuse University |djwalker@syr.edu |Career Services |(315) 443-1870 |

| |Syracuse, NY 13244 | | |

|11) University of |kaiserl@missouri.edu |Career Services |(573) 882-2121 |

|Missouri-Columbia |Columbia, MO 65211 | | |

|12) Ohio University |Athens, OH 45701 |Career Services |(740) 593-1000 |

| | | |(740) 593-1393 fax |

|13) Penn State University |State College, PA 16818 |Career Services |(814) 863-0226 |

|14) Broadcasting & Cable |echasko@ |Eric Chasko |(323) 370-2415 |

| |P.O. Box 15157 | | |

| |N. Hollywood, CA 91615 | | |

|15) NYT Broadcast Group |803 Channel 3 Drive |Robin Hays |(901) 543-2333 |

| |Memphis, TN 38103 | | |

|16) |16 Montage Mountain Road |Lou Kirchen |(570) 346-7474 |

| |Moosic, PA 18507 | | |

|17) WREG-TV |803 Channel 3 Drive |Bob Eoff |(901) 543-2333 |

| |Memphis, TN 38103 | | |

|18) WTKR-TV |720 Bousch Street |Frank Chebalo |(757) 446-1000 |

| |Norfolk, VA 23510 | | |

|19) WQAD-TV |3003 Park 16th Street |Marion Meginnis |(309) 764-8888 |

| |Moline, IL 61265 | | |

|20) KFOR-TV |444 East Britton Road |Tim Morrissey |(405) 424-4444 |

| |Oklahoma City, OK 73113 | | |

|21) KFSM-TV |318 North 13th Street |Van Comer |(501) 783-3131 |

| |Fort Smith, AR 72901 | | |

|22) WHNT-TV |200 Holmes Avenue |Tharon Honeycutt |(256) 533-1919 |

| |Huntsville, AL 35801 | | |

|23) WHO-TV |1801 Grand Avenue |Jim Boyer |(515) 242-3500 |

| |Des Moines, IA 50309 | | |

|24) WNEP-TV |16 Montage Mountain Road |Lou Kirchen |(570) 346-7474 |

| |Moosic, PA 18507 | | |

|25) NYT Digital Operating |720 Bousch Street |Sperry Davis |(757) 446-1300 |

|Center |Norfolk, VA 23510 | | |

|26) Society of Broadcast | | |(317) 846-9000 |

|Engineers |9247 N. Meridian Street | | |

| |Indianapolis, IN | | |

|27) Work NEPA | | | |

|28)Spots n’ Dots | | |Fax (607) 729-7331 |

List the recruitment sources that referred the people interviewed for each full-time vacancy.

Reporter (May 2004)

5- TV Jobs

Reporter (May 2004)

4 – TV Jobs

1 – Manager Referral

1 – KFSM-TV

Director (June 2004)

2 – Employees

4 – TV Jobs

1 – TV Week

3 – Resumes

Producer (June 2004)

1 – Employee

4 – TV Jobs

Photographer (June 2004)

1 – e-mail

1 – Employee Referral

3 – Resumes

1 – Employee

2 – TV Jobs

1 – WYLN-TV

Maintenance Engineer (June 2004)

1 – SBE Chapter 2

1 – Employee Referral

1 – WREG-TV Referral

1 – TV Jobs

1 – Unity Conference

Reporter (July 2004)

2 – Unity Convention

3 – TV Jobs

Chyron Operator/Production (September 2004)

1 – Employee (part-time)

1 –

1 – Trade

1 – Resume

1 – Former Intern

Account Executive (February 2005)

1 – Employee

1 – Management Referral

1 – Resume

2 – On-Line

1 – Other (Local Advertising Agency)

Producer (February 2005)

2 –

1 – TV Jobs

1 – Phone Call

1 – Unity Fair

Station Outreach Initiatives

Internship Program:

WNEP has an internship program with area Universities and Colleges. Journalism/communication class students intern in the news, programming and production departments to acquire hands-on media skills. Students work the number of hours required for credit by the school…usually 15 hours per credit hour. Other departments also participate in the internship program.

| |SCHOOL |DATES |AREA |

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|Spring 2004 | | | |

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| |LCCC |2/4 – 3/30 |Graphics |

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|Summer 2004 | | | |

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| |E. Stroudsburg |5/17-8/6 |Sports |

| |Penn State |5/12-7/30 |News |

| |Marywood |6/1-8/20 |News |

| |Penn State |5/24 – 8/13 |News |

| |Bloom U |5/17-8/6 |Graphics |

| |Bloom U |5/17-8/6 |Graphics |

| |IUP |5/24 – 8/13 |Production |

| |Susquehanna U |5/17-8/6 |News |

| |Mansfield |5/17-8/6 |Local Programming(LP) |

| |Penn State |5/12-7/30 |News |

| |Bloom. U |5/10-7/30 |Graphics |

| |Penn State |5/17-8/6 |Weather |

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|Fall 2004 | | | |

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| |Kutztown |8/9-11/5 |News |

| |Kutztown |8/27-11/19 |LP |

| |Marywood |8/9-11/5 |News |

| |Elizabethtown Coll. |9/8-12/3 |News |

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|Spring 2005 | | | |

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| |Kutztown |1/11-4/1 |Sports |

| |Kutztown |1/10-4/8 |News Photo |

| |Mansfield |1/10-4/8 |Production |

| |ESU |1/10-4/8 |LP |

| |ESU |1/17-5/6 |News |

| |Mansfield |1/10-4/8 |New Media/LP |

| |U of S |1/31-4/22 |News Photo |

| |Bloomsburg |1/31-4/22 |Graphics |

| |Albright Coll. |1/25-2/18 |Graphics |

| |LCCC |1/18-2/25 |Graphics |

Employee Training:

WNEP had five employees graduate from a management development program during 2004 and continuing through September 2005. The “LEAP” (Leadership, Excellence, Achievement, Purpose) Program is a management-training program designed to recruit and develop employees. The program provides participants with an overview of management practices, including the performance management system, specialized training in various areas, and other aspects of people management.

Job Fairs:

WNEP Pennsylvania Outdoor Life host participated in a Mass Media Symposium on April 15 & 16 at Wilkes University in Wilkes-Barre.

WNEP anchors participated as panelists at the Penn State University Career Week at University Park on April 16, 2004. He collected resumes.

More than a dozen employees participated in the “Live, Work & Play in NEPA” job fair held on April 27, 2004, at the Wachovia Arena in Wilkes-Barre. Resumes were collected and many business cards were distributed for future contact regarding our opportunities and internships. In addition, eight live, cut-ins aired throughout the day. The event ran from 10am to 7pm. An estimated 7,000 attended.

Other Appearances by WNEP Personnel

March 27, 2004; Two employees judged the photography portion of the General Federated Women’s Club Arts & Craft Contest on the District Level. The event was held at the Hilton Hotel in Scranton.

March 27, 2004; Several WNEP employees participated in the “For Kids Sake” bowling tournament in Luzerne County. The proceeds benefit Big Brothers/Big Sisters.

March 31, 2004; Several WNEP personnel attended the “Dress for Success” luncheon at the Radisson Lackawanna Station Hotel. WNEP is a sponsor of the program. One of our anchors was the key speaker at the event.

April 2004; Anchor participated as a panelist during Career Week at Penn State Wilkes-Barre.

April 1, 2004; Anchor read at Mehoopany Elementary School for a Dr. Suess Reading Day in Wyoming County.

April 2, 2004; WNEP anchor was a representative for a Youth & Government Forum at Keystone College, Lackawanna County.

April 8, 2004; WNEP Pennsylvania Outdoor Life host read to a class at the Wyoming Valley West School.

April 9, 2004; WNEP Pennsylvania Outdoor Life host read to a class at the Dallas Elementary School.

April 9, 2004; Reporter spoke to the Young at Heart at Jackson Baptist Church in Scranton.

April 14, 2004; Meteorologist spoke to the “Hit the Rise Club” in Northumberland County.

April 14, 2004; WNEP Pennsylvania Outdoor Life host was the speaker at the Pennsylvania Environmental Council in Wilkes-Barre.

April 15, 2004; Meteorologist visited the Pittston Senior Center.

April 15, 2004; WNEP anchor sand the National Anthem for the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Red Barons Baseball Home Opener game in Lackawanna County. The game was televised live on WNEP-TV.

April 18, WNEP host participated in Kids Education Day at the Wilkes-Barre Settlement Camp.

April 19, 2004; WNEP personality was guest speaker at the Tobyhanna Army Depot luncheon. The event paid tribute to volunteers in the Depot.

April 21, 2004; Meteorologist attended Career Day at Wyalusing Valley High School.

April 22, 2004; WNEP personality was guest speaker at Pennsylvania Power & Light in Scranton for Bring Your Kids to Work Day.

April 24, 2004; Meteorologist gave a tour of WNEP to Brownie Troop #3965.

April 29, 2004; WNEP’s Yellowjackets played against Pittston Area High. It was their Family Fun Night fundraiser.

Month of May 2004; WNEP’s Skycam 16 (helicopter) visited schools throughout the viewing area. Skycam captain and flight producer landed at or around the schools and answered questions from the students. The schools visited follow.

• May 5, Wayne County Schools, Wayne County

• May 7, Drums Elementary, Luzerne County

• May 7, Pine Grove Elementary, Schuylkill County

• May 10, Selinsgrove Intermediate, Snyder County

• May 10, Mifflinburg Elementary, Union County

• May 12, Laceyville Elementary, Bradford County

• May 12, Monroe-Franklin Elementary, Bradford County

• May 13, Tunkhannock Elementary, Wyoming County

• May 19, Moscow Elementary, Lackawanna County

• May 19, Tobyhanna Elementary, Monroe County

• May 20, Franklin Elementary, Carbon County

• May 24, Shamokin Elenentary, Northumberland County

• May 24, Riverside Elementary/Danville, Montour County

• May 24, Central Elementary, Columbia County

• May 25, Avis Elementary, Clinton County

• May 25, LaMar Elementary, Clinton County

• May 26, Forest City Elementary, Susquehanna County

May 5, 2004; Several WNEP personnel attended the United Way breakfast in Scranton. WNEP-TV is a corporate sponsor of United Way.

May 6, 2004; Anchor read to students at Lackawanna Trail Elementary School.

May 7, 2004; A Dunmore High School senior student spend the day in the sales department at WNEP in a “shadowing program.” She plans to attend Pens State University majoring in Marketing.

May 7, 2004; WNEP host participated in the Camp Cadet Golf Tournament at the Shadowbrook Country Club.

May 15, 2004; Several WNEP personnel participated in the Relay for Life at the Bloomsburg Fair where one of our anchors was Grand Marshall.

May 16, 2004; WNEP personnel attended an “Evening of Fine Food & Wine” in Scranton. Proceeds from the event benefit the Scranton Cultural Center.

May 20, 2004; Several WNEP personnel, both on and off air, attended a Girl Scout Breakfast in Wilkes-Barre.

May 22, 2004; Anchor served as celebrity speaker at a state gathering of Lions Club members at the Radisson in Scranton.

May 23, 2004; Anchor was the celebrity co-chair and gave a speech at the gala and art auction to benefit the Alzheimer’s Association. Several other WNEP personnel attended the event.

May 25, 2004; Anchor was featured speaker at the DARE graduation for South Abington High School.

May 31, 2004; WNEP’s anchor attended the Middleburg Fire Company fundraiser in Middleburg.

June 1, 2004; WNEP anchor spoke at the Wyoming Valley West High School Recognition Night Ceremony.

June 2, 2004; Meteorologist introduced dance segments for the “Magic of Broadway” at Marywood University.

June 5, 2004; Meteorologist gave a tour of WNEP-TV to Junior Girl Scout Troop #2948 from Northumberland.

June 14, 2004; Reporter participated in Nay Aug Park Playground Construction, Scranton.

June 18, 2004; Employee participated in the St. Joseph’s Center Auxiliary Golf Outing in Fleetville.

June 19, 2004; Meteorologist gave tour of WNEP-TV to the Auburn Community 4-H Club.

July 10, 2004; Meteorologist gave tour of WNEP-TV to Junior Girl Scouts.

July 17, 2004; Numerous WNEP personnel attended the Drug Free & Safety Festival in Kingston. WNEP-TV is a sponsor of the event.

July 18, 2004; WNEP’s YellowJackets baseball team played the parents and coaches of the Tri-County Little League benefiting the Tri-County Little League.

July 23, 2004; WNEP’s YellowJacket team played the East Stroudsburg Little League coaches and parents.

July 23 & 24, 2004; Numerous WNEP personnel participated in the St. Joseph’s Festival carnival and live, telethon in Dunmore.

August 8, 2004; WNEP’s YellowJacket team played against Network Solutions. Benefits went to the local chapter of the American Red Cross.

August 8, 2004; Reporter made a personal appearance at the Forest City Old Home Week parade.

August 14, 2004; WNEP’s YellowJackets played the Factoryville Men’s & Women’s Civic League.

August 19, 2004; Meteorologist gave a hurricane explanation to Girl Scouts at the Camp Meeting Grounds in Hughesville.

April 26, 2004; Several WNEP personnel, including on-air, attended the Boys & Girls Champion of Youth Dinner in Dickson City where Pat O’Brien was the key speaker.

April 26, 2004; WNEP anchor was live on the air of Froggy 101 radio station. A listener of the station got to pick any local celebrity they’d like to meet and chose our morning anchor. They were introduced over the air.

May 22, 2004; WNEP anchor was the celebrity speaker at a state gathering of Lions Club members during a breakfast at the Radisson in Scranton. Her speech focused on stimulating volunteerism in the community and how to maintain volunteers once they come aboard.

May 23, 2004; WNEP anchor was celebrity co-chair and speaker at a gala and art auction to 100 people at Patsel’s Restaurant in Glenburn, Lackawanna County. The proceeds from the event benefit the Alzheimer’s Association.

May 25, 2004; WNEP anchor was featured speaker at the DARE graduation in South Abington Township park to honor the students in the Abington Heights School district who have completed the program where they say no to drugs ad alcohol.

August 26, 2004; Reporter participated in Women’s Equality Day at the Veteran’s Hospital, Wilkes-Barre Township.

August 27, 2004; WNEP personnel participated in the Race for the Cure reception at the Mall at Steamtown, Scranton.

August 28, 2004; Reporter participated in the Child Advocacy Walk in Scranton.

August 29, 2004; Several on-air personalities were readers for storytelling at Penn State Campus in Lehman.

September 5, 2004; Reporter participated in the Wyoming Fair, Tunkhannock.

September 5, 2005; WNEP anchor opened for the Oak Ridge Boys at the Wyoming County Fair. He performed music from a cd he produced with proceeds going to the Boys & Girls Club.

September 11, 2004; More than 15 WNEP personnel participated by walking or running in the Race for the Cure in Scranton. A WNEP personality also hosted the Opening Ceremonies.

September 19, 2004; Meteorologist was an announcer at the Hazleton Balloon Festival at the Hazleton Airport for the Hazleton Rotary Club.

September 21, 2004; Reporter participated in the Senior Network Alliance Health Fair in Dickson City.

September 29, 2004; Reporter participated in the Greater Federation of Women, Hanover Township.

October 7, 2004; Reporter participated in the Diabetes Empowerment Forum, Pittston Twp.

October 9, 2004; Meteorologist gave a tour of WNEP to a Girl Scout Brownie Troop from the Wilkes-Barre area.

October 20, 2004; Meteorologist and reporters spoke at the VNA Hospice fall program at Marywood University.

October 27, 2004; Several WNEP personnel participated in the Heart Affair in Wilkes-Barre.

October 30, 2004; Meteorologist gave a tour of WNEP to Cub Scout Pack #88 from Meshoppen & Auburn Center.

November 2004; WNEP’s Feed a Friend Program helped feed 40,536 people and collected $116,00 for needy families for Thanksgiving.

November 5, 2004; Meteorologist paid a visit to the 6th & 7th grade classes at the Solomon Jr. High School in Wilkes-Barre to talk about weather.

November 8, 2004; Reporter participated in the Gallery of Hope in Williamsport.

November 11, 2004; Meteorologist visited two schools in the Williamsport area to talk about weather.

November 13, 2004; Meteorologist gave a tour of WNEP to a group of scouts.

November 18, 2004; Meteorologist attended a Career Day at Rice Elementary in Mountain Top.

November 20, 2004; The Annual Downtown Santa Parade aired live with WNEP personnel participating in the parade by carrying a large balloon.

November 20, 2004: Reporter participated in a Meals on Wheels Soup Sale at the Mall at Steamtown in Scranton.

November 27, 2004; Reporter participated in the Black Veterans Association Dinner in Wilkes-Barre.

December 4, 2004; Meteorologist gave a tour of WNEP to a scout group.

December 14, 2004; Meteorologist made an appearance at the PPL Retirees Club Christmas Party to talk about weather.

December 20, 2004; Reporter participated in the Luzerne County Municipal Cooperation Commission in Wilkes-Barre.

January 22, 2005; Meteorologist gave a tour of WNEP-TV to a Tiger Cub Pack from North Pocono.

January 29, 2004; WNEP managers and other personnel met in Scranton with an Advisory Committee that includes representatives from organizations involved with families and youth.

January 29, 2005; Meteorologist gave a tour of WNEP-TV to Webelos Cub Scouts from Dallas.

January 30, 2005; Numerous WNEP personnel attended and participated in the 2004 Dream Team Banquet. WNEP picks top high school football players in the viewing area. They attend an awards banquet. A half-hour program is aired the following weekend.

February 2, 2005; Employee met with students at St. Anthony of Padua School in Dunmore for their Career Day.

February 5, 2005; Employee participated in the League of Women Voter’s “Campaign School.” A PSA campaign was also run on air.

February 7, 2005; Meteorologist was part of the reading day program at Penn-Kidder Campus School in Albrightsville.

February 26, 2005; Meteorologist gave at our of WNEP to a group of Girl Scouts.

January 29, 2004; WNEP managers and other personnel met in Williamsport with an Advisory Committee that includes representatives from organizations involved with families and youth.

March 6, 2005; There were several employees on hand for the Gourmet Gala in Dickson City. Proceeds from this event go to The Ronald McDonald House.

March 20, 2005; Meteorologist and others formed teams for Bowl for Kids Sake. The proceeds benefit Big Brothers/Big Sisters.

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