Sanilac Broadcasting Company
G.B. Broadcasting Company
Annual EEO Public File Report
May 21, 2018 through May 20, 2019
This Annual EEO Public File Report is filed on behalf of WMIC AM, and WTGV-FM, in
compliance with the FCC’S EEO reporting requirements. WMIC, AND WTGV-FM, are
licensed to Sanilac Broadcasting Company, and also share at least one employee
with WBGV-FM, Marlette, which is owned by G.B. Broadcasting with which we have
a Broker Agreement.
This Report includes information from May 21, 2018 through May 20, 2019, and is
being placed in the Stations’ public files.
Office Manager Laura Montgomery was hired to a full time position in November of
2018. Also interviewed were Cindy Doyle and Kelley Gray.
Program Director and Announcer Eddie Fortushniak was hired to a full time position
in April of 2019. Adam Zelek and Christopher Maust were also interviewed, with
Maust being hired for a part-time announcer position.
WMIC, WTGV-FM and WBGV-FM are equal opportunity employers that are
committed to meeting and surpassing the Stations EEO information dissemination
obligations. We also hire the disabled and exceed all guidelines. Among the agencies
used for recruitment included the Michigan Association of Broadcasters Job Bank,
national and local minority and professional organizations, local newspapers, online
and social media, and schools throughout Michigan as well as on our website
We will continue to actively seek out new recruitment sources to ensure that word
of all job openings is distributed to a diverse selection of applicants. We encourage
Organizations that refer prospective candidates to contact us so that they may be
placed on our mailing list.
In compliance with the EEO record keeping requirements, we have created a file for
each position filled. This file contains resumes for all people interviewed for the
WMIC and WTGV-FM have an on-going internship program with Sandusky, Marlette
Peck, Croswell-Lexington, and Carsonville-Port Sanilac schools. All interns have
been paid for all of the time they learned as they worked. These programs are
designed to assist qualified students in acquiring skills needed for employment in
the broadcast industry. Many of these former interns go on to various colleges and
pursue Radio and T. V careers and some have come back to work full time here at
WMIC, WTGV-FM will regularly assess and improve recruitment methods and
sources by measuring their effectiveness and making needed changes.
For many years Program Director Stan Grabitz has served on the Graphic Arts
Committee at the Sanilac Career Center.
Eastern Michigan University Communications major Arica Frisbey worked as a paid
intern during the spring and summer of 2018, and has returned to work in this
position again during the spring and summer of 2019.
Robert Armstrong, General Manager has overall responsibility for equal employment
opportunity at the station.
We have worked with local high school drama clubs through interviews and morning
In April of 2019 General Manager Bob Armstrong works with local Career Center
Officials to award special honors to students who excel in their field of study with
the “Above and Beyond” award.