1200 Old Trenton Road
West Windsor, NJ 08550
WWFM The Classical Network
P.O. Box 17202
Trenton, NJ 08690 - U.S.A.
Toll-free listener line: 1-888-232-1212
WWFM general email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Important Community Information
Q. Who operates WWFM?
The Classical Network and JazzOn2 are operated by Mercer County Community College, the
legal licensee of WWFM/WWCJ/WWPJ/WWNJ. We operate under federal regulations
(including the Federal Communications Commission, the Corporation for Public
Broadcasting, and other federal regulatory agencies), state and county
policies, and the policies of MCCC.
Q. Who governs WWFM?
The members of the MCCC Board
of Trustees are also listed with the Federal Communications Commission as
WWFM’s board members. All MCCC board meetings are publicly
announced in advance and held in accordance with New
Jersey’s Open Public Meetings Act.
Q. What is WWFM’s tax-exempt status?
Donations to WWFM become tax-deductible under the 501(C)3 tax-exempt status
of the MCCC Foundation. All
donations you earmark for WWFM flow through the foundation in their
entirety to WWFM for the purpose you designate. The Foundation’s annual 990 forms and audited financial
statements are publicly available on the Foundation’s website.
Q. How do I review your finances?
WWFM’s annual audited financial
statement , MCCC’s
annual audited financial statement, and the MCCC Foundation’s annual
audited financial statement are all updated annually and are publicly posted
on our respective websites.
Q. How is my money used when I donate to WWFM…and why do you need my
Our Annual Financial Report (AFR) filed with the Corporation for Public
Broadcasting (CPB) is probably the most extensive overview of where WWFM
receives money and how we use that money. Of particular interest is the AFR’s
Schedule E, which lists our revenues and expenses. Our latest CPB AFR
can be e-mailed to you if you call or e-mail us. We hope you will
understand clearly why we need listener support - your support - once you review
Q. Who runs WWFM on a daily basis?
Q. How does WWFM assure diversity in its service to our community?
MCCC and WWFM have an EEO plan in place based on federal and state laws, as well as county and college policies, to assure a diverse workforce and fair hiring practices.
WWFM's current diversity plan extends beyond equal employment opportunity, to affirmative action.
Our current EEO report lists all positions we have filled in the past year.
In addition to sekeing diversity in our staff, we annually review our programming on CPB reports. Our Section 6.1 report (from the prior year) shows how we planned to serve our community in programming as well as looking ahead to the current year.