Public Documents

Public File

Our FCC Public File can be viewed on the FCC website. View KZFR's online Public File

If you need assistance viewing the public file please call the KZFR Office at (530)895-0706, email info@kzfr.org, or visit our office at 341 Broadway, Suite 411, Chico, CA, 95926.


Open Meetings Requirements as set forth in Section 396(k)(4) of the Communications Act

KZFR-FM is licensed to Golden Valley Community Broadcasters.  The Board of Directors of Golden Valley Community Broadcastersand its committees meet several times per year.  Information about KZFR’s Board of Directors, including members and meeting information can be found by clicking here.


KZFR Local Content and Service Report to the Community

KZFR provides an annual Local Content and Services Report to inform the community about activities intended to address community needs, outlining key services provided and the local value and impact of those services.

Click here to view the Local Content and Services Report for fiscal year 2019-2020


Financial Reporting Requirements as set forth in Section 396(k)(5) of the Communications Act.

KZFR posts the Annual Financial Statement submitted to CPB and the most recent audited financial report.

To view KZFR's Financial Statements, click here


Community Advisory Board Requirement as set forth in Section 396 (k)(8) of the Communications Act

KZFR-FM is licensed to Golden Valley Community Broadcasters.  The Community Advisory Board of Golden Valley Community Broadcasters meets at least once per year. Information about the Community Advisory Board, including members and meeting information can be found by clicking here


Diversity Statement

Golden Valley Community Broadcasters is a community radio station dedicated to diversity and inclusivity in broadcasting. GVCB (KZFR) believes acceptance and understanding are vital parts of the diverse communities we represent. KZFR programs and actions reflect such diversity. For KZFR, the concept of diversity begins with fundamental notions of acceptance, tolerance, and respect.

It is the mission of KZFR to enlighten, entertain, inform and educate our listeners insupport of the community. In order to do this, we:

● Train members of the community in best broadcasting practices and the use of the radio medium

● Provide alternative news and information

● Promote the expression of ideas without close creative control or commercial consideration

● Maintain an organization that reflects the diversity of interests in the station’s broadcast area

● Develop working relationships with other community organizations

● Cultivate a respectful and collaborative working environment

● Develop adequate financial support from the listeners we serve

 

KZFR is committed to cultivating and preserving a culture of diversity and inclusion throughout the organization, including its employees, its Board of Directors, and the many volunteers that enact its programming and community outreach initiatives. KZFR defines diversity as varied individual and collective perspectives, often resulting from differences in, but not limited to the following (KZFR defers to California state law regarding protected groups, statuses, and designations):

Age

Ancestry, national origin

Disability, mental & physical

Economic status

Gender identity and expression

Genetic information

Immigration status

Marital status

Medical condition

Military or veteran status

Nationality

Pregnancy status

Race, Ethnicity, and color group, including skin color

Religion, creed

Sex, gender (including pregnancy, childbirth, breastfeeding or related medical conditions)

Sexual orientation

Victims of a major violent event and their kin

 

The KZFR board and staff seek involvement in its programming and outreach activities by diverse populations, most of whom are community volunteers. Board and staff seek to expand leadership opportunities, leading to a diverse organization that promotes our community’s cultural assets. We seek to continue to develop and foster new audiences with targeted programming (for example, programming in Hmong and Spanish languages). Additionally, we actively seek to engage younger persons through our youth programming and involvement of young programmers.

KZFR’s commitment to diversity includes annual meetings of a Community Advisory Board (CAB) designed to solicit advice and feedback from our diverse listening audience. The CAB helps to identify needs in the community, and generate ideas for ways to provide programming that is relevant to our region and its neighboring communities. KZFR seeks candidates for its CAB that represent the geographically and demographically diverse composition of the many communities we serve.

KZFR is committed to ensuring that its staff and Board of Directors reflect the diversity found in the communities it serves. Central to KZFR’s mission, vision, and values is maintaining a governing and workplace environment which recognizes and celebrates the power of diversity. KZFR strives to create and foster a supportive environment in which all individuals can be successful and reach their full potential within the organization.

 

At least once per year, KZFR board members and staff participate in professional diversity and inclusivity training. Additionally, KZFR will regularly review, with its staff and Board of Directors, the practices and policies that are designed to fulfill the organization’s commitment to diversity and its diversity goals. We seek to promote a vibrant and ever-expanding culture of acceptance, tolerance, and respect for all members of the organization and the community we serve.


Donor Lists as set forth in Section 396 (k)(12) of the Communications Act

KZFR does not sell, rent, lease, loan, trade, give, donate, transfer or exchange its donor names or other personally identifiable information to, with or from any candidate for federal, state or local office, political committees, or political parties for any purpose whatsoever, except as otherwise required by law or judicial process.