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KBYU’s Community Volunteer Council (CVC) is an advisory council composed of viewers, listeners, and leaders who volunteer time each month to better help Eleven and Classical 89 meet local interests and needs. Members represent the broad perspectives that make our audience unique, and their recommendations allow us to better represent and serve the community. Meetings are open to the public.

CVC Leaders

Paul Leggett, Chair
Linda Walton, Vice Chair

CVC Members
Marian Howe-Taylor, Drew Browning, Kim Corrigan, K. Newell Dayley, Steven T. Densley, Gayleen Grandy, Carl Hernandez, Nels Holmgren, Barbara Leavitt, Suzanne Nimer, Luke Peterson, Heidi Swinton, Bob Williams.
Upcoming Meetings
Friday, Feb. 13, 2015 at 10:00am
Friday, May 8, 2015 at 10:00am
Friday, Aug. 14, 2015 at 10:00am
Friday, Oct. 9, 2015 at 10:00am
Meeting Location

BYU Broadcasting Building
Meeting Rooms B & C
601 East University Parkway
Provo, Utah 84602
(801) 422-8450

The BYU Broadcasting Building, on the campus of Brigham Young University, is located immediately east of the Marriott Center.


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Meeting Summaries

Click on the dates below for a summary of issues discussed in previous Community Volunteer Council meetings.


October 10, 2014
New CVC members Bob Williams (Daily Herald), Suzanne Nimer (stay-at-home mom with young children), and Luke Peterson (UVU) were introduced to the council. Elections were held for 2015 vice-chair (chair-elect for 2016), by secret ballot. Linda Walton was elected to this position. In discussing the KBYU-TV Eleven and KBYU-FM Classical 89 Community Service Priorities, it was decided to widen the scope of “Family and Parenting,” which will now be "Family and parenting resources (awareness and access)." CVC members were asked by staff to submit names of local experts that could be used for ideas to advance the community service priorities on KBYU Eleven and on Thinking Aloud. A new priority was added, "Media Literacy: Proper Usage", under the heading of Education. Also in education, an increased emphasis on mitigating the "summer slump" will be added. Reports from staff included the 2014 Election Coverage, Thinking Aloud, and the Eleven Station Manager provided an update on the "20 to Ready" emergency preparedness spots, the "Utah in World War II" project, and has met with 15 organizations in relation to alleviating summer slump. KBYU-TV Eleven is in the process of license renewal. Further reports from staff covered fund raising results for Classical 89 and KBYU-Eleven. At the conclusion of the meeting, Paul Leggett became Chair of the CVC for 2014. The next meeting will be held on February 13, 2015.
May 9, 2014
February 14, 2014
October 11, 2013

Contact

If you would like to suggest to the CVC a community issue or local need in which you feel we can be involved, please fill out this contact form.

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