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Audacy Sacramento Encourages DEI Initiatives

Topic: Racial Issues and Equality
Posted on 8/23/2021

Audacy Sacramento launched “Audacy Serves” in May across its six stations – KKDO-FM, KSEG-FM, KRXQ-FM, KSFM-FM, KUDL-FM and KIFM-AM – in the Sacramento, Calif., market, to promote diversity, equity and inclusion. The program includes a weekly public affairs show, a mentoring program for students exploring media careers and an ongoing series of on-air public service announcements from like-minded organizations in the community. “We seek to use our resources to amplify the voices that support diversity, social justice, equity, human rights and anti-racism, and this program deepens our commitment to this work,” said Audacy Sacramento Senior Vice President and Market Manager Stacey Kauffman.

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