Your mission is to educate, enlighten and inspire your community. In an industry subject to extensive regulation, however, this mission can easily become bogged down. Combine that with limited financial support, and you’re faced with some challenging questions:
- How can you maximize the funding you receive from grants and private donations?
- Are you correctly implementing the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) requirements for non-federal financial support?
- Are you up to date on the latest Financial Reporting Guidelines published annually by the CPB?
- How do other aspects of your presence (like the information on your website) affect your compliance with the Communications Act, the CPB’s General Provisions and Eligibility Criteria, and the CPB’s Financial Reporting Guidelines?
- What are the changes required for the CPB’s new indirect administrative support (IAS) methodology, and are you calculating IAS correctly
These and other concerns can make it tough to focus on your true passion—providing valuable information and entertainment for your audience. That’s why you need more than a CPA firm; you need a public broadcasting CPA firm that knows your industry.
Whether you’re an institutional or community licensee (or a related association), our public broadcasting CPAs and accountants can help you meet industry requirements and serve your audience.