2015 Local Content and Service Report to the Community
New Mexico PBS serves the people of New Mexico by providing engaging local and national content, in-depth news and public affairs, digital media, education and outreach services, lifelong learning, an interactive web site, and a celebration of arts and culture.
Open Meeting Policy
New Mexico PBS maintains an open meetings policy to the public with regards to meetings of its governing body and committee of its governing body. Check the Board of Directors page for New Mexico PBS Board Meeting Notices.
Audited Financial Statements
New Mexico PBS maintains an open financial records policy to the public and receives an annual audit by an independent CPA firm.
To obtain copies of publicly available financial records, contact KNME New Mexico PBS in person, by phone (505) 277-2121 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org during regular business hours, Monday-Friday 8:00am to 5:00pm and by giving 48 hours notice of such request. Reproduction of documents in excess of 10 pages may require compensation to KNME for copying charges.
University of New Mexico and Albuquerque Public Schools:
Editorial Integrity Policy Statement – New Mexico PBS
“Public broadcasting is rooted in the constitutional guarantees of a free press and free speech. The Federal Radio Act of 1927 defines the basic policy that broadcasters must operate in “the public interest, convenience and necessity.” Therefore, UNM and APS hold a broadcast license in trust and its public broadcasting station serves the public, not the organizations which hold such license. We are committed to protecting the integrity of programming, views and editorial content. Editorial integrity in this context is defined as the responsible application by professional practitioners of a free and independent decision making process ultimately accountable to the needs and interests of all citizens.”
New Mexico PBS Public Files
The public files contain a variety of information about each station’s operations and service to its community of license, including information about political time sold or given away by each station, quarterly lists of the most significant programs each station aired concerning issues of importance to its community, data on ownership of each station and active applications each station has filed with the Commission.
The Commission adopted the public inspection file requirement to “make information to which the public already has a right more readily available, so that the public will be encouraged to play a more active part in dialogue with broadcast licensees.”
Equal Employment Opportunity Public File Report for New Mexico PBS
A list of all full-time jobs filled, recruitment sources, and brief description of “Prong 3” initiatives by the station’s employment unit since June 1, 2010 through May 31, 2011 per FCC regulations.
Your privacy is important to us. To better protect your privacy we provide this notice explaining our online information practices and the choices you can make about the way your information is collected and used.