EEO Reports & FCC Public File

EEO Commitment

WVBI-LP is owned and operated by The Preservation Association of Beaver Island (“PABI“) pursuant to a license issued by the Federal Communications Commission (“FCC“). PABI is committed to equal opportunity in employment to all qualified persons and to not discriminate in employment on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex or any other classification that is prohibited by law applicable to PABI.

EEO Reports and Public File

WVBI is an LPFM station and, as such, is not required to file EEO reports with the FCC and is not required to maintain a public inspection file. If you have questions or concerns about WVBI’s selection of volunteers, programming or other operations, we invite you to discuss them with us.  You can start the conversation by sending us an email at

Renewal Application

On June 1, 2020, PABI filed an application with the FCC to renew WVBI’s operating license for an eight year term beginning October 1, 2020.  The FCC granted our renewal application on September 16, 2020.  Our next renewal application will be due on June 1, 2028.  For more information on the renewal process, visit and search broadcast renewals. A copy of our 2020 renewal application is available here. More information about our FCC filings is available here.

Application for New Non-commercial Educational Station

On November 9, 2021, PABI, the licensee of WVBI, filed an application with the FCC for a new non-commercial educational FM radio station on 91.9 MHz to serve Beaver Island, Michigan. If the application is granted, PABI plans to construct the station and then move WVBI’s programming and call letters to that station as well as to divest itself of its current authorization to operate on 100.1 MHz. More information about the application (including public file materials) is available here.