EEO Resources

EEO 2021 – Staying on Top of Your FCC Requirements

State Broadcast Association Webinar, March 24, 2021
David Oxenford, Wilkinson Barker Knauer, LLP
Download Slides                  Webinar

When Taking Care of Business Requires Working Overtime

    Responding to the Department of Labor’s New Overtime Pay Obligations –A Guide for Broadcasters
     Sponsored by the National Alliance of State Broadcasters Associations
     Scott R. Flick & Rebecca C. Rizzo
     December 3, 2019

WEBINAR:   The Changing Face of the FCC’s EEO Rule in 2017
October 18, 2017 – Play recording

Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman, in association with the Massachusetts Broadcasters Association and the SD Broadcasters Association, presents The Changing Face of the FCC’s EEO Rule in 2017, a webinar designed for   radio and television broadcasters.

While the FCC’s paperwork-intensive EEO Rule hasn’t changed in more than a decade, the FCC’s interpretation of what it requires continues to evolve. In this webinar, Pillsbury’s Lauren Lynch Flick, part of the Pillsbury legal team that successfully challenged the two prior iterations of the FCC’s EEO Rule on constitutional grounds, provides an overview of the current EEO Rule, including:

·         The increased flexibility broadcasters have recently been given in meeting their EEO obligations
·         The FCC’s latest EEO enforcement actions
·         The prospects for streamlining the EEO Rule’s paperwork burdens in a deregulatory FCC

Please join us for this multifaceted and in-depth discussion.
Contact Erin Eversole at 615.622.3735 with any questions.

Lauren Lynch Flick, Senior Counsel, Pillsbury

Download the Legal Guide To The Equal Employment Opportunity Act
from Shaw Pittman, LLP, Washington DC.
Download the The FCC’s Equal Opportunity Rules and Policies – A Guide for Broadcasters – 2/2013
from The Pillsbury Communications Practice