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April 24, 2014

Public inspection files are a requirement of the Federal Communications Commission. All existing TV and radio stations in the U.S., and all applicants for new broadcast stations, are required to keep certain documents relating to the station’s operation and ownership in a file, in a place where members of the public may have free access to it. These files may be maintained on a computer database accessible to the public, or as paper files, which are usually kept at the main studio of the station in question, or elsewhere in the community of license, such as the local public library.

You can find further information at the FCC’s Web site in a document titled The Public and Broadcasting.

Below is a list of the contents of the All Classical Portland public file. Note that most of these files are in PDF format and must be opened with Adobe® Reader®. If you do not have the Reader software installed, you can download it free from the Adobe site.

EEO Reports

EEO Report for 2013

Authorization

Applications, Permits, etc.

Ownership Report

Issues/Program Lists

Annual Reports

Financial Statements

KQAC Portland Contour Map

CPB SAS 2013 Telling Public Radio’s Story

Community Advisory Group

The All Classical Community Advisory Group is open to the public and is held at least quarterly each calendar year. Click here to read about our current CAG members.

Our office is located at: 515 NE 15th Ave. Portland, OR 97232
For further information, please call: 503-802-9436