KQED’s James Beard and Emmy Award-winning program Check, Please! Bay Area is back. The 11th season premieres on Thursday, April 14, 2016, at 7:30pm on KQED 9.
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.
The top four candidates running to replace retiring U.S. Sen. Barbara Boxer will take to the stage for a one-hour live debate, airing live on KQED 9 and KQED 88.5 FM and streaming on KQED.org.
KQED today announces the installation of a sign bearing its name on top of 50 West San Fernando Street, a landmark building in downtown San Jose. The new sign is a physical representation of KQED’s long-held commitment to the South Bay.
Berkeley Technology Academy’s Margaret Agbowo recognized as leader in classroom technology and digital media.
KQED Public Radio 88.5 FM announced today that Sasha Khokha has been named host of the statewide public radio magazine program The California Report. She begins her hosting duties on April 8.
American Masters Presents Exclusive U.S. Broadcast Premiere of ‘Janis: Little Girl Blue,’ May 3 on KQED 9
Oscar-nominated director Amy Berg examines Joplin’s story in depth, for the first time on film, presenting an intimate portrait of a complicated and driven artist.
San Francisco Opera Returns to KQED Public Television With Four Spectacular Works Recorded in High-Definition
San Francisco Opera today announced plans to return to KQED 9 for the sixth season of spectacular opera and musical theater works featuring a roster of internationally renowned singers, conductors, directors and designers.