WBHM Online Public Inspection File

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WBHM no longer is required by the FCC to have a public inspection file at the station. This file is now online at the FCC’s new Public Inspection Files website where you will find licenses, EEO files, IP reports, underwriter lists, and ownership reports as required by the FCC as well as “The Public and Broadcasting Manual.” You can find WBHM’s information at https://publicfiles.fcc.gov/fm-profile/wbhm.

If you do not have access to the internet, come to WBHM’s offices located at 650 11th Street South, Birmingham, Alabama 35233, during normal business hours, and we will assist you in obtaining the information.
Please send questions or comments to [email protected] or call (205)934-2606.

WBHM Diversity Statement

WBHM is owned and operated by the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB). As a unit of UAB, WBHM is committed to diversity and an inclusive campus. At UAB, diversity is the full range of human difference and potential that manifests itself in individual members of the campus community. Included in this range are many differences – race, gender, ethnicity, age, culture, national origin, religious belief, physical ability, sexual orientation, socioeconomic class, lifestyle preference, political conviction and many other differences. Such campus diversity enriches the educational experience for students and contributes to a high quality intellectual and cultural educational environment for all members of the UAB community.

 

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