Federal Communications Commission
Washington, D.C. 20554
Approved by OMB
3060-0113 (March 2003)
FCC 396
FOR FCC USE ONLY
 
BROADCAST EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM REPORT
(To be filed with broadcast license renewal application)

Read INSTRUCTIONS Before Filling Out Form

FOR COMMISSION USE ONLY
FILE NO.

B396 - 20051130ATH
Section I
Legal Name of the Licensee
FOX TELEVISION STATIONS, INC.
Mailing Address
5151 WISCONSIN AVE., NW
C/O MOLLY PAUKER
City
WASHINGTON
State or Country (if foreign address)
DC
Zip Code
20016 -
Telephone Number (include area code)
2028953088
E-Mail Address (if available)
MOLLYP@FOXTV.COM
  Facility ID Number
68883
Call Sign
KMSP-TV
TYPE OF BROADCAST STATION:
(if applicable)
Commercial Broadcast Station
Radio
TV
Low Power TV
International
Noncommercial Broadcast Station
Educational Radio
Educational TV
 
Application Purpose
New Program Report
Amendment to Program Report

List call sign and location of all stations included on this statement. List commonly owned stations that share one or more employees. Also list stations operated by the licensee pursuant to a time brokerage agreement. Indicate on the table below which stations are operated pursuant to a time brokerage agreement. To the extent that licensees include stations operated pursuant to a time brokerage agreement on this report, responses or information provided in Sections I through II should take into consideration the licensee's EEO compliance efforts at brokered stations, as well as any other stations, included on this form. For purposes of this form, a station employment unit is a station or a group of commonly owned stations in the same market that share at least one employee.

[Stations Locations]


Station List

List call sign and location of all stations included on this statement. List commonly owned stations that share one or more employees. Also list stations operated by the licensee pursuant to a time brokerage agreement. Indicate on the table below which stations are operated pursuant to a time brokerage agreement. To the extent that licensees include stations operated pursuant to a time brokerage agreement on this report, responses should take into consideration the licensee's EEO compliance efforts at brokered stations, as well as any other stations, included on this form. For purposes of this form, a station employment unit is a station or a group of commonly owned stations in the same market that share at least one employee.

Call Sign
Facility ID Number
Type
(check applicable box)
Location
(City/State)
Time Brokerage Agreement
(check applicable box)
KMSP-TV 68883 AM FM TV
MINNEAPOLIS, MN Yes No

Call Sign
Facility ID Number
Type
(check applicable box)
Location
(City/State)
Time Brokerage Agreement
(check applicable box)
WFTC 11913 AM FM TV
MINNEAPOLIS, MN Yes No

Call Sign
Facility ID Number
Type
(check applicable box)
Location
(City/State)
Time Brokerage Agreement
(check applicable box)
KFTC 83714 AM FM TV
BEMIDJI, MN Yes No


CONTACT PERSON IF OTHER THAN LICENSEE
Name
JOHN C. QUALE
Street Address
1440 NEW YORK AVE., N.W.
City
WASHINGTON
State
DC
Zip Code
20005-
Telephone Number
2023717000

FILING INSTRUCTIONS

Broadcast station licensees are required to afford equal employment opportunity to all qualified persons and to refrain from discriminating in employment and related benefits on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, and sex. See 47 C.F.R. Section 73.2080. Pursuant to these requirements, a license renewal applicant whose station employment unit employs five or more full-time station employees must file a report of its activities to ensure equal employment opportunity. If a station employment unit employs fewer than five full-time employees, no equal employment opportunity program information need be filed. If a station employment unit is filing a combined report, a copy of the report must be filed with each station's renewal application.

A copy of this report must be kept in the station's public file. These actions are required to obtain license renewal. Failure to meet these requirements may result in sanctions or license renewal being delayed or denied. These requirements are contained in 47 C.F.R. Section 73.2080 and are authorized by the Communications Act of 1934, as amended.

DISCRIMINATION COMPLAINTS. Have any pending or resolved complaints been filed during this license term before any body having competent jurisdiction under federal, state, territorial or local law, alleging unlawful discrimination in the employment practices of the station(s)?
Yes No


If so, provide a brief description of the complaint(s), including the persons involved, the date of the filing, the court or agency, the file number (if any), and the disposition or current status of the matter.

[Exhibit 1]

Does your station employment unit employ fewer than five full-time employees?

Consider as "full-time" employees all those permanently working 30 or more hours a week.

Yes No

If your station employment unit employs fewer than five full-time employees, complete the certification below, return the form to the FCC, and place a copy in your station(s) public file. You do not have to complete the rest of this form. If your station employment unit employs five or more full-time employees, you must complete all of this form and follow all instructions.

CERTIFICATION.

This report must be certified, as follows:

A. By licensee, if an individual;
B. By a partner, if a partnership (general partner, if a limited partnership);
C. By an officer, if a corporation or an association; or
D. By an attorney of the licensee, in case of physical disability or absence from the United States of the licensee.

WILLFUL FALSE STATEMENTS ON THIS FORM ARE PUNISHABLE BY FINE AND/OR IMPRISONMENT (U.S. CODE, TITLE 18, SECTION 1001), AND/OR REVOCATION OF ANY STATION LICENSE OR CONSTRUCTION PERMIT (U.S. CODE, TITLE 47, SECTION 312(a)(1)), AND/OR FORFEITURE (U.S. CODE, TITLE 47, SECTION 503).

I certify to the best of my knowledge, information and belief, all statements contained in this report are true and correct.
Signed
Name of Respondent
MOLLY PAUKER
Title
VICE PRESIDENT
Telephone No. ( include area code)
2028953088
Date
12/01/2005
 



The purpose of this document is to provide broadcast licensees, the FCC, and the public with information about whether the station is meeting equal employment opportunity requirements.

GENERAL POLICY
A broadcast station must provide equal employment opportunity to all qualified individuals without regard to their race, color, national origin, religion or sex in all personnel actions including recruitment, evaluation, selection, promotion, compensation, training and termination.

RESPONSIBILITY FOR IMPLEMENTATION
A broadcast station must assign a particular official overall responsibility for equal employment opportunity at the station. That official's name and title are:

Name: NIKKI MILLS Title: HUMAN RESOURCES DIRECTOR

It is also the responsibility of all persons at a broadcast station making employment decisions with respect to recruitment, evaluation, selection, promotion, compensation, training and termination of employees to ensure that no person is discriminated against in employment because of race, color, religion, national origin or sex.

I. EEO PUBLIC FILE REPORT
Attach as an exhibit one copy of each of the EEO public file reports from the previous two years. Stations are required to place annually such information as is required by 47 C.F.R. Section 73.2080 in their public files.
[Exhibit 2]
II. NARRATIVE STATEMENT
Provide a statement in an exhibit which demonstrates how the station achieved broad and inclusive outreach during the two-year period prior to filing this application. Stations that have experienced difficulties in their outreach efforts should explain.
[Exhibit 3]

FCC NOTICE TO INDIVIDUALS REQUIRED BY THE PRIVACY ACT AND THE PAPERWORK REDUCTION ACT

The FCC is authorized under the Communications Act of 1934, as amended, to collect the personal information we request in this report. We will use the information you provide to determine if the benefit requested is consistent with the public interest. If we believe there may be a violation or potential violation of a FCC statute, regulation, rule or order, your request may be referred to the Federal, state or local agency responsible for investigating, prosecuting, enforcing or implementing the statute, rule, regulation or order. In certain cases, the information in your request may be disclosed to the Department of Justice or a court or adjudicative body when (a) the FCC; or (b) any employee of the FCC; or (c) the United States Government, is a party to a proceeding before the body or has an interest in the proceeding. In addition, all information provided in this form will be available for public inspection. If you owe a past due debt to the federal government, any information you provide may also be disclosed to the Department of Treasury Financial Management Service, other federal agencies and/or your employer to offset your salary, IRS tax refund or other payments to collect that debt. The FCC may also provide this information to these agencies through the matching of computer records when authorized. We have estimated that each response to this collection of information will average 5 hours. Our estimate includes the time to read the instructions, look through existing records, gather and maintain required data, and actually complete and review the form or response. If you have any comments on this estimate, or on how we can improve the collection and reduce the burden it causes you, please write the Federal Communications Commission, AMD-PERM, Paperwork Reduction Project (3060-0113), Washington, D. C. 20554. We will also accept your comments via the Internet if you send them to jboley@fcc.gov. Remember - you are not required to respond to a collection of information sponsored by the Federal government, and the government may not conduct or sponsor this collection, unless it displays a currently valid OMB control number or if we fail to provide you with this notice. This collection has been assigned an OMB control number of 3060-0113.

THE FOREGOING NOTICE IS REQUIRED BY THE PRIVACY ACT OF 1974, P.L. 93-579, DECEMBER 31, 1974, 5 U.S.C. 552a(e)(3), AND THE PAPERWORK REDUCTION ACT OF 1995, P.L. 104-13, OCTOBER 1, 1995, 44 U.S.C. 3507.



Exhibits
Exhibit 1
Description:
DISCRIMINATION CHARGE

IN 2004 LAURA HAMMERBECK, A FORMER EMPLOYEE, CHARGED KMSP AND WFTC WITH DISCRIMINATION ON THE BASIS OF SEX AND DISABILITY AND RETALIATION, MINNESOTA DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN RIGHTS, REF: 45894, HAMMERBECK V. FOX TELEVISION STATIONS, INC. ON MAY 16, 2005, THE STATIONS RESPONDED, DENYING ALL CHARGES, AND THE MATTER IS PENDING.

Attachment 1


Exhibit 2
Description:
EEO PUBLIC FILE REPORTS

SEE ATTACHMENTS

Attachment 2
Description
2004-5 EEO Public File Report
2003-4 EEO Public File Report


Exhibit 3
Description:
OUTREACH

IN ADDITION TO BROADLY PUBLICIZING OPEN POSITION AND INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES, KMSP'S, WFTC'S AND KFTC'S HUMAN RESOURCES DIRECTOR AND FOXS CORPORATE REGIONAL VICE PRESIDENT FOR HUMAN RESOURCES, AS WELL AS OTHER STATION PERSONNEL, INCLUDING ON-AIR TALENT, REGULARLY PARTICIPATE IN CAREER FAIRS AND PROGRAMS HELD AT COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES NATIONWIDE. EXAMPLES ARE:

JOB FAIR PARTICIPATION:

ON 11/10/04 STATION HUMAN RESOURCES PERSONNEL PARTICIPATED IN PARK UNIVERSITY'S MEET, EAT AND GREET CAREER EVENT. NEWS AND HUMAN RESOURCES PERSONNEL PARTICIAPTED IN THE UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS SCHOOL OF JOURNALISM CAREER FAIR ON 3/1/05. SALES, FINANCE AND HUMAN RESOURCES PERSONNEL PARTICIAPTED IN THE 11TH ANNUAL HEART OF AMERICA EMPLOYER FAIR SPONSORED BY THE HEART OF AMERICA CONSORTIUM AND THE UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI, KANSAS CITY CAREER SERVICES CENTER ON 3/23/05.

IN APRIL 2003 AND APRIL 2004 FOX CORPORATE HUMAN RESOURCES PERSONNEL REPRESENTED FOX TELEVISION STATIONS AT THE INTERNATIONAL RADIO & TELEVISION SOCIETY JOB FAIR. IN JUNE 2003 MANAGERS FROM DIFFERENT FOX OWED AND OPERATED TELEVISION STATIONS REPRESENTED FOX TELEVISION STATIONS AT THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF HISPANIC JOURNALISTS' ANNUAL CONFERENCE AND CAREER EXPO. IN AUGUST 2003 FOX REGIONAL VICE PRESIDENT FOR HUMAN RESOURCES AND OTHER STATION NEWS DIRECTORS AND HUMAN RESOURCE DIRECTORS HOSTED A JOB BOOTH AND PARTICIPATED IN THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF BLACK JOURNALISTS' ANNUAL CONVENTION AND JOB FAIR. IN AUGUST 2003 FOX STATION PERSONNEL, INCLUDING THOSE FROM KSMP, WFTC AND KFTC, PARTICIPATED IN THE ASIAN AMERICAN JOURNALISTS' ANNUAL CONVENTION AND JOB FAIR HELD IN SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA BY HOSTING A JOB BOOTH. IN JUNE 2004 FOX TELEVISION STATIONS CORPORATE RECRUITER REPRESENTED FOX TELEVISION STATIONS AT THE SOUTH ASIAN JOURNALISTS ASSOCIATION ANNUAL JOB FAIR. RESUMES WERE COLLECTED AND SENT TO ALL OF THE OWED AND OPERATED FOX STATIONS. IN JUNE 2004 FOX CORPORATE VICE PRESIDENT FOR HUMAN RESOURCES REPRESENTED FOX OWNED AND OPERATED TELEVISION STATIONS AT THE IMAGEN FOUNDATION JOB EXPO.

COMMUNITY EVENT SPONSORSHIPS:

KMSP, WFTC AND KFTC SPONSOR NUMEROUS COMMUNITY EVENTS IN THE TWIN CITIES AREA, INCLUDING EVENTS RELATED TO EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYMENT, SUCH AS:

MINNEAPOLIS MINORITY BUSINESS AWARDS (JUNE 2003)
MINNEAPOLIS BUSINESS JOURNAL WOMEN TO WATCH PROGRAM
GIRLS & SCIENCE PROJECT (SEPTEMBER, OCTOBER 2003)
GROWTH 50 BUSINESS JOURNAL PARTNERSHIP (OCTOBER 2003)
40 UNDER 40 BUSINESS JOURNAL PARTNERSHIP (MAY 2003)
MINNESOTA STATE HIGH SCHOOL LEAGUE EXCEL STUDENT AWARDS HONORING 25 OUTSTANDING STUDENTS (MARCH 2003, MARCH 2004)
TOYOTA DRIVE FOR EDUCATION (AWARDED TEN LOCAL SCHOOLS $2,500.00 FOR SCHOOL IMPROVEMENTS)

KMSP/WFTC STAFF OUTREACH:

KMSP, WFTC AND KFTC ENCOURAGE PROFESSIONAL STAFF TO PARTICIPATE IN COMMUNITY EVENTS ON A VOLUNTARY BASIS, WHICH, AMONG OTHER BENEFITS, HIGHLIGHTS THE STATIONS PRESENCE AS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER THROUGHOUT THE TWIN CITIES METROPOLITAN AREA. EXAMPLES ARE:

CREATIVE SERVICES AND HUMAN RESOURCES PERSONNEL WERE GUEST SPEAKERS AT THE UNITED MINORITY MEDIA ASSOCIATION'S MIDWEST CONFERENCE ON 10/22/04. THE STATOINS' CREATIVE SERVICES VICE PRESIDENT WAS A GUEST SPEAKER FOR THE KANSAS CITY ASSOCIATION OF BLACK JOURNALISTS ON 6/27/05. A SPORTS ANCHOR GAVE A STATION TOUR AND TALK TO 15 STUDENTS PARTICIPATING IN A SUMMER WORKSHOP SPONSORED BY THE KANSAS CITY ASSOCIATION OF BLACK JOURNALISTS ON 6/28/05. A NEWS REPORTER WAS GUEST SPEAKER AT THE KANSAS CITY ASSOCIATION OF BLACK JOURNALISTS' STUDENT JOURNALISM WORKSHOP ON 6/29/05.

KMSP'S MORNING METEOROLOGIST TAUGHT METEOROLOGY AND GAVE STATION TOURS TO APPROXIMATELY TWO SCHOOLS PER WEEK THROUGH THE STATIONS WEATHER NUTS INITIATIVE THROUGHOUT 2004 AND 2005.

WFTC'S EVENING METEOROLOGIST VISITED OVER 100 AREA SCHOOLS TALKING ABOUT WEATHER AND TEACHING METEOROLOGY.

KMSP'S MORNING AND EVENING NEWS ANCHORS EMCEED MINNEAPOLIS MINORITY BUSINESS AWARDS EVENT IN JUNE 2003.

KMSP'S EVENING NEWS ANCHOR EMCEED MINNEAPOLIS COMMUNITY AND TECHNICAL COLLEGES CELEBRATE THE DREAM TRIBUTE TO DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING IN JANUARY 2003.

KMSP'S MORNING AND EVENING NEWS ANCHORS EMCEED THE MINNEAPOLIS BUSINESS JOURNALS WOMEN IN BUSINESS CONFERENCE IN JULY 2003.

KMSP'S EVENING NEWS CHIEF METEOROLOGIST TAUGHT SCIENCE AT THREE WEEKEND GIRLS & SCIENCE EVENTS.

KMSP'S MORNING AND EVENING NEWS ANCHORS EMCEED MINNEAPOLIS WOMEN'S VENTURES CONFERENCE IN OCTOBER 2003.

KMSP'S EVENING NEWS CHIEF METEOROLOGIST EMCEED THE PINE TECHNICAL COLLEGE WOMEN IN TECHNOLOGY CONFERENCE IN MARCH 2004.

KMSP'S EVENING NEWS ANCHOR EMCEED THE WASHBURN CHILD GUIDANCE CENTERS REALIZING THE POTENTIAL EVENT IN MAY 2004.

KMSP'S MORNING AND EVENING NEWS ANCHORS EMCEED THE GROWTH 50 BUSINESS JOURNAL EVENT IN OCTOBER 2003.

KMSP'S MORNING NEWS ANCHORS EMCEED THE 40 UNDER 40 BUSINESS JOURNAL RECEPTION IN MAY 2003.

KMSP'S ASSISTANT NEWS DIRECTOR ADDRESSED JOURNALISM STUDENTS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA REGARDING CAREERS IN BROADCASTING.

KMSP'S NEWS TECHNICAL OPERATIONS MANAGER IS A MEMBER OF THE BROWN COLLEGE CURRICULUM ADVISORY BOARD.

KMSP'S NEWS TECHNICAL OPERATIONS MANAGER ADDRESSED SCSU JOURNALISM STUDENTS REGARDING CAREERS IN BROADCASTING.

MENTORING AND TRAINING PROGRAMS:

KMSP AND WFTC ARE COMMITTED TO ENHANCING BROADCAST EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES FOR MINORITY AND FEMALE STUDENTS BY PARTICIPATING IN MENTORING AND INTERNSHIP PROGRAMS OF OTHER ORGANIZATIONS AND THROUGH ITS OWN SUCH PROGRAMS.

FOX TELEVISION STATIONS, INCLUDING KMSP AND WFTC, ARE INVOLVED IN HELPING TO FUND A JOB AND DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM UNDER THE AEGIS OF THE EMMA BOWEN FOUNDATION FOR MINORITY INTERESTS IN MEDIA. FOX SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT FOR HUMAN RESOURCES SITS ON THE FOUNDATION BOARD OF DIRECTORS. STUDENT INTERNS AT FOX OWNED TELEVISION STATIONS HAVE BEEN RECOGNIZED AS STUDENT OF THE YEAR FOR THE PAST THREE YEARS.

FOX TELEVISION STATIONS ALSO PARTICIPATES IN THE 100 BLACK MEN MENTORING PROGRAM.

KMSP/WFTC GENERAL MANAGER CHAIRS THE MENTORING COMMITTEE OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE UPPER MIDWEST CHAPTER OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF TELEVISION ARTS AND SCIENCES.

IN 2003, KMSP, WFTC AND FOX SPORTSNET NORTH FUNDED A SCHOLARSHIP FOR A HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT TO ATTEND COLLEGE AS A JOURNALISM MAJOR.

TUITION REIMBURSEMENT PROGRAM:
ANTHONY CARLISLE COLLECTED REIMBURSEMENT FOR TWO SEMESTERS.
COURTNEY JOHNSON COLLECTED REIMBURSEMENT FOR TWO SEMESTERS (EDUCATION CONTINUING).
DUANE THILMONY COLLECTED REIMBURSEMENT FOR THREE SEMESTERS.
KARI FUCHS TO COLLECT REIMBURSEMENT FOR ONE SEMESTER.

STUDENT INTERNSHIP PROGRAM--THE STATIONS EMPLOY INTERNS FROM COLBY COLLEGE, ROCKHURST UNIVERSITY, CENTRAL MISSOURI STATE UNIVERSITY, THE UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI AT COLUMBIA AND KANSAS CITY AND THE UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS. THE NEWS DEPARTMENT MENTORED FOURTEEN INTERNS; CREATIVE SERVICES DEPARTMENT MENTORED ONE INTERN; COMMUNITY AFFAIRS DEPARTMENT MENTORED SIX INTERNS; HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT MENTORED ONE INTERN; SPORTS MENTORED TWO INTERNS AND THE ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT IS DEVELOPING AN INTERNSHIP CURRICULUM.

TRAINING (INTERNAL & EXTERNAL):

KMSP AND WFTC ARE COMMITTED TO PROVIDING CAREER ADVANCEMENT OPPORTUNITIES FOR EXISTING EMPLOYEES BY OFFERING ON-THE-JOB TRAINING ON A WIDE VARIETY OF COMMUNICATIONS-RELATED SUBJECTS, BOTH ON MANDATORY AND OPTIONAL BASES. ALL OF THIS IS PROVIDED TO EMPLOYEES FREE OF CHARGE.

ON 6/29/04 THE HUMAN RESOURCES DIRECTOR, CHIEF PHOTOGRAPHER AND SENIOR DIRECTOR ATTENDED A ONE-DAY WORKSHOP ON WORKING WITH THE LATINO WORKFORCE COORDINATED THROUGH THE WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM AT KANSAS CITY COMMUNITY COLLEGE.

ON 5/5/05 HUMAN RESOURCES PERSONNEL AND ENGINEERING MANAGER ATTENDED A US DEPARTMENT OF LABOR EMPLOYERS' COMPLIANCE ASSISTANCE FORUM.

ON 8/23/05 THE HUMAN RESOURCES DIRECTOR ATTENDED THE US EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY COMMISSION'S 2005 TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE SEMINAR.

MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT TRAINING IS REQUIRED FOR ALL MANAGERS/SUPERVISORS. INTERNAL TRAINING IS CONDUCTED BY THE HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT. TOPICS INCLUDE EFFECTIVE SELECTION, VALUING DIVERSITY, EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY & AFFIRMATIVE ACTION, EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION, PERFORMANCE PLANNING,
COACHING & MENTORING, EVALUATING PERFORMANCE, DISCIPLINARY ACTION,
RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT AND E-MAIL ETIQUETTE.

LUNCH-N-LEARN TRAINING EVENTS ARE CONDUCTED BY INTERNAL STAFF.    PARTICIPATION IS VOLUNTARY. TOPICS INCLUDE THE INS & OUTS OF THE ASSIGNMENT DESK, HOW COMMUNITY AFFAIRS WORKS, A DAY IN THE LIFE OF A NEWS DIRECTOR, INSIDE THE NEWS INVESTIGATIVE UNIT, THE WORLD OF SPORTS TELEVISION ON CABLE, WHY SWEEPS ARE IMPORTANT TO ALL OF US AND NIELSEN - HOW TO READ THE OVERNIGHTS.

TECHNICAL TRAINING IS BOTH INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL:

ENGINEERING - DVCPRO TRAINING FOR ONE ENGINEERING SUPERVISOR
ENGINEERING - GRASS VALLEY ROUTER SCHOOL FOR ONE ENGINEERING SUPERVISOR
ENGINEERING - RF SAFETY TRAINING FOR THREE ENGINEERING SUPERVISORS
ENGINEERING - DOT TRUCK SAFETY TRAINING FOR TWO ENGINEERING SUPERVISORS
ENGINEERING - BASIC ELECTRONICS TRAINING FOR ONE SENIOR TECHNICIAN
ENGINEERING - ONGOING MASTER CONTROL OPERATIONS TRAINING ON PROCEDURES FOR BREAKING NEWS AND SEVERE WEATHER MANAGEMENT
CREATIVE SERVICES - CHROME EDITING SYSTEM TRAINING FOR TWELVE PRODUCERS/GRAPHIC ARTISTS
CREATIVE SERVICES - LIGHTWAVE (3D ANIMATION) TRAINING FOR FOUR GRAPHIC ARTISTS
CREATIVE SERVICES - WEATHER CENTRAL TRAINING FOR TWO ARTISTS AND ONE MANAGER
CREATIVE SERVICES - AFTER EFFECTS TRAINING FOR FIVE GRAPHIC ARTISTS
SALES - FRIDAY MORNING TRAINING FOR NEW ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE (SIX SESSIONS)
SALES - CMR/SCARBOROUGH/RATINGS TRAINING FOR SIXTEEN ACCOUNT EXECUTIVES (TEN SESSIONS)
FINANCE - FILM SYSTEM AND AMORTIZATION FOR TWO FINANCE DIRECTORS AND ONE ANALYST
FINANCE - LOG POSTING, EDITING, AND CLUSTERING FOR TWO ANALYSTS AND ONE CLERK
FINANCE - HOW TO READ/REVIEW EXPENSE TRACKING REPORTS (GL, EXCEL) OPENED TO ALL DEPARTMENTS
FINANCE - PACING (HOW TO DO, HOW TO UNDERSTAND) FOR TWO FINANCE DIRECTORS
FINANCE FOX SPORTS NET REPORTING FOR TWO DIRECTORS
FINANCE - WORKING CAPITAL & CASH FORECASTING FOR TWO FINANCE DIRECTORS AND ONE ANALYST
FINANCE - SALES ORDER START TO FINISH FOR ONE FINANCE DIRECTOR AND ONE ANALYST
FINANCE - EXCEL SHORTCUTS/TIPS & TRICKS OPENED TO ALL
FINANCE - SALES REVENUE PROJECTIONS FOR TWO FINANCE DIRECTORS AND ONE ANALYST

OTHER TRAINING (INTERNAL)

NEWS - USING THE INTERNET TO FIND AND INVESTIGATE STORIES
NEWS FOX LEGAL DEPARTMENT PERSONNEL TRAINED ON NEWS GATHERING AND THE LAW
NEWS AND ENGINEERING FOX CHIEF OF SECURITY TRAINED ON GENERAL PERSONAL SAFETY IN THE FIELD

FOX EDUCATION REIMBURSEMENT PROGRAM

IF ANY REGULAR, FULL-TIME FOX EMPLOYEE WISHES TO CONTINUE HIS OR HER EDUCATION TO IMPROVE CURRENT JOB PERFORMANCE OR DEVELOP POTENTIAL FOR ADVANCEMENT WITHIN THE COMPANY, FOX WILL PROVIDE REIMBURSEMENT FOR EDUCATIONAL EXPENSES, PROVIDED THAT THE EMPLOYEES SUPERVISOR AND THE HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT ENDORSES THE EMPLOYEES CONTINUING EDUCATION PLAN.

FINALLY, IN ADDITION TO INTERNAL POSTINGS AND POSTINGS ACROSS FOX'S OWNED AND OPERATED TELEVISION STATIONS, ALL UPPER LEVEL JOB OPENINGS ARE LISTED WITH THE SOUTH ASIAN JOURNALISTS' ASSOCIATION, THE ASIAN AMERICAN JOURNALISTS' ASOCIATION, THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF HISPANIC HOURNALISTS, KANSAS ASSOCIATION OF BROADCASTERS, THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF TELEVISION ARTS AND SCIENCES ONLINE JOB BANK, TVJOBS.COM AND MEDIALINE.COM.

Attachment 3