KQED News Series "Immigrant Shift" Explores the Changing California Workforce

KQED News Series “Immigrant Shift” Explores the Changing California Workforce

One out of every three working people in California is an immigrant – and their share has grown in recent decades.

Jacques Pépin’s Final Series, Heart & Soul, Premieres in September

Jacques Pépin’s Final Series, Heart & Soul, Premieres in September

After more than 60 years in the kitchen and nearly three decades in front of public television audiences, his final cooking series, Jacques Pépin: Heart & Soul is here.

From Star Wars to Snap Judgment, Season 12 of Roadtrip Nation Focuses on Careers in Design

From Star Wars to Snap Judgment, Season 12 of Roadtrip Nation Focuses on Careers in Design

With its focus on careers in design, the twelfth season of Roadtrip Nation features conversations with award-winning artists, animators and sound designers from hits like Disney’s Frozen, Pixar’s Toy Story, the Star Wars franchise and NPR’s Snap Judgment. Whether you’re searching for career guidance or just a fan of pop culture, you’ll want to join […]

Travel the Globe from Taiwan to Toronto in Season 8 of Joseph Rosendo's Travelscope

Travel the Globe from Taiwan to Toronto in Season 8 of Joseph Rosendo’s Travelscope

Joseph Rosendo’s Travelscope scours the globe for the very best in travel opportunities for its viewers.  Whether it’s places close to home, like this season’s series of shows on Ontario, Canada — a province larger and more varied than much of Europe — or far-flung adventures such as Taiwan by rail or always-surprising South Korea, […]

KQED, FRONTLINE, Univision, IRP and Reveal from CIR  Reteam to Uncover Sexual Abuse of Women in the Janitorial Industry

KQED, FRONTLINE, Univision, IRP and Reveal from CIR Reteam to Uncover Sexual Abuse of Women in the Janitorial Industry

New Investigation Builds on Award-Winning 2013 Collaboration, Rape in the Fields/Violación de un Sueño Every night, as most of us head home, janitors across America, many of them women, begin their night shift. They are often alone or isolated in empty buildings — and vulnerable to sexual violence. Following up on the award-winning collaboration that […]

KQED’s New Deep Look Video Collection Uncovers More Hidden Realms

KQED’s New Deep Look Video Collection Uncovers More Hidden Realms

Deep Look, KQED’s YouTube series exploring big scientific mysteries by revealing the unseen at the edge of our visible world, is back with new releases this week on the PBS Digital Studios channel.

KQED Announces New Leadership for Corporate Sponsorship

KQED Announces New Leadership for Corporate Sponsorship

KQED names DeLinda Mrowka as vice president of corporate sponsorship. She will oversee the generation of new corporate underwriting partnerships, drive expansion of existing accounts and lead KQED’s corporate support department which is responsible for 23 percent of the organization’s revenue. In her new role, starting June 1, Mrowka will be a member of KQED’s senior […]

Found: The Rejected, first documentary about  gay people to air on American television

Found: The Rejected, first documentary about gay people to air on American television

Unseen for more than 50 years, KQED’s groundbreaking documentary resurfaces and is now available online for LGBT Pride Month. SAN FRANCISCO, June 5, 2015 – KQED, the public media organization serving Northern California, and the San Francisco Bay Area Television Archive, part of the special collections department at San Francisco State University’s J. Paul Leonard […]

Season 3 of Film School Shorts brings viewers a whole new slate of unforgettable films

Season 3 of Film School Shorts brings viewers a whole new slate of unforgettable films

Award-winning, star-studded short films rival the latest multiplex features … in a fraction of the time. Film School Shorts is back with ten new episodes featuring some of the best short films from schools around the country. The season kicks off with the BIFA winner and BAFTA-nominated  film, The Kármán Line, a can’t-miss drama starring […]

2015 Check, Please! Bay Area Taste & Sip to Celebrate Show's 10th Anniversary

2015 Check, Please! Bay Area Taste & Sip to Celebrate Show’s 10th Anniversary

Popular Bay Area Tasting Festival Features More Than 40 Eateries and Wineries SAN FRANCISCO – April 27, 2015 – KQED will celebrate the 10th Anniversary of the popular local food show Check, Please! Bay Area at this year’s Check, Please! Bay Area Taste & Sip food and wine tasting, June 2, 2015, 6:30-8:30pm at the […]