KNXT-TV/DT                             Channel 49

1550 N. Fresno St. ● Fresno, CA 93703 ● (559)488-7440 ● (559)488-7444

August 2, 2011 – August 1, 2012


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8/9/11 – 7/30/12          Weekly Departmental Supervisor meetings – review and planning of production projects and long range goals.  Addressed developing continuing staff training in production, engineering and master control areas.


8/16/11-7/20/12           Monthly general staff meetings to dealt with continuing training and review           station compliance with FCC regulations, station policies, Federal and  State procedures and safety measures.


8/5 – 8/30/11               Nigerian missionary intern experienced the daily operations of a broadcast facility.  After training with production staff produced and hosted a 15 minute pilot program.


9/10/11                        International Festival brought together 30 ethnic groups showcasing the

diversity of languages and cultures in the Central San Joaquin Valley and the impact KNXT-TV has demonstrated in 25 years of service to the community.


9/24/11                        Holy Bowl annual football encounter between the Valley’s Catholic

High Schools in partnership with Bright House Cable of Kern

                                    County            providing outreach and information to youth ages 14 – 18

                                    on broadcast industry’s opportunities.


10/1/11 – 1/30/12        Retrofit of mobile production unit provided staff training opportunity, with the guidance of station chief engineer, Jaime Gonzalez,

                                    on installation of mobile equipment and proper maintenance procedures

                                    of equipment.


10/2/12                        2011 Hispanic Heritage Festival – provided information on the broadcast industry and KNXT-TV’s outreach efforts in the Hispanic Community to 500 attendees ranging in age between 10 – 70.


10/15 – 10/16/11         22nd Annual Diocesan Congress and Youth Day sponsored by the

                                    Roman Catholic Diocese of Fresno, Office of Ministries and attended by

                                    2789 valley residents representing 8 counties.

                                    Attendees ages ranged from 15 – 80.  Station personnel, Colin Dougherty

                                    Jaime Gonzalez, Dan Lopez, Nick Cadena, Blake Wong, Ruslan Gruzhiy,

                                    Gonzalo Suarez, Joe Silva and Greg Knudsen provided materials and

                                    information to attendees regarding opportunities in the broadcast field.


11/18/11                      RosaMaria Henry, Operations Supervisor and Kue Lee, Web and Programming Assistant participated in the Mass Communications

                                    Internship Fair sponsored by CSUF.  Met with college students ages

18 -25 interested in positions in communications industry. Distributed materials regarding internship possibilities with KNXT-TV


12/8/12                        Homeless, What Now I?  Live interactive 90 minute panel discussion and call-in program focusing on the plight of Fresno City and County’s homeless population.  Featured municipal, county, social service agencies and Community representatives.                              


3/1/12                          Homeless, What Now  II?  Live 90 minute program produced in

cooperation with local government and social service organizations in a discussion of the solutions of the homeless of Fresno City

and County.


5/17 & 5/18/12            Partnered with faculty and students of San Joaquin Memorial produce Panther News a 30 minute program featuring events at San Joaquin Memorial H. S. ages 14 -18.


6/27/12                        Instructional training regarding Data Storage for production and master

                                    control staff. In attendance Nick       


7/5 & 7/6/12                Provided orientation, presentation of broadcasting policies and

job interview skills in the broadcast field to students 18 -20 from Community Center for the Arts & Technology