KQED Teach (teach.kqed.org) will provide a series of free, self-paced courses to help K-12 educators develop the media skills necessary to bring media production and communication to their learning environments.
After eight seasons and 106 episodes, airing on public television stations throughout the United States, executive producers Joseph and Julie Rosendo present a new season of Joseph Rosendo’s Travelscope.
KQED and San Francisco travel startup Detour have spent the last six months collaborating on an interactive audio tour of one of San Francisco’s most popular and most contentious streets — 24th Street in the Mission.
Three young coders venture out to meet with hackers, volcanologists, and CEOs who are crushing the stereotypes and making their own mark in the tech industry.
Ethan Lindsey has been named managing editor for news at KQED. In this newly-created position, Ethan will help lead the public media organization’s ongoing work to build a 21st-century newsroom.
On June 29, 2016, KQED will be joining with local media outlets for a day of covering the issue of homelessness in the San Francisco Bay Area.