• KQED Hires John Sepulvado to Host The California Report

    KQED Hires John Sepulvado to Host The California Report

    Award-winning reporter and California native returns home to anchor the statewide news and public affairs program on September 2.   KQED Public Radio announces the hiring of reporter John Sepulvado to be the morning host of The California Report, its award-winning statewide news and public affairs program. Sepulvado comes to KQED from Oregon Public Broadcasting […]

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    Freaks, Sneaks and Everything In Between: ‘Film School Shorts’ Returns

    Film School Shorts returns for a fourth season with the best short student films from across the country. This season’s selection of eclectic shorts transcends the usual or expected and delivers thought-provoking and original work by students from the nation’s top film schools.

  • Introducing KQED Teach

    Introducing KQED Teach

    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.

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    SF Homeless Project: Letter to the City

    To the city and people of San Francisco: Like you, we are frustrated, confused and dismayed by the seemingly intractable problem of homelessness in our city. Like you, we want answers — and change.

  • KQED Releases GPS Audio Tour of the Mission in Collaboration With Detour

    KQED Releases GPS Audio Tour of the Mission in Collaboration With Detour

    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.

KQED Hires John Sepulvado to Host The California Report

KQED Hires John Sepulvado to Host The California Report

Award-winning reporter and California native returns home to anchor the statewide news and public affairs program on September 2.   KQED Public Radio announces the hiring of reporter John Sepulvado to be the morning host of The California Report, its award-winning statewide news and public affairs program. Sepulvado comes to KQED from Oregon Public Broadcasting […]

Hacking their Way into the Booming Tech Industry, On  Roadtrip Nation XIII

Hacking their Way into the Booming Tech Industry, On Roadtrip Nation XIII

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.

Operation "Life Without A Uniform" | Roadtrip Nation: The Next Mission

Operation “Life Without A Uniform” | Roadtrip Nation: The Next Mission

“No one can stay in the military forever. We all get out one day. It’s just something we don’t think about.” – Bernard Edwards (U.S. Air Force Technical Sergeant, retired) Military service members bravely dedicate their lives to serving their country, but for many, one of the most formidable missions they’ll face is the transition back to […]

Experience Award-Winning Short Films by the Next Generation of Great Filmmakers in the New Season of KQED’s Film School Shorts

Experience Award-Winning Short Films by the Next Generation of Great Filmmakers in the New Season of KQED’s Film School Shorts

Beginning on September 9, Film School Shorts will air at a new time — 8:30pm on Fridays.

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Freaks, Sneaks and Everything In Between: ‘Film School Shorts’ Returns

Film School Shorts returns for a fourth season with the best short student films from across the country. This season’s selection of eclectic shorts transcends the usual or expected and delivers thought-provoking and original work by students from the nation’s top film schools.

Introducing KQED Teach

Introducing KQED Teach

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.

homeless camp san francisco

SF Homeless Project: Letter to the City

To the city and people of San Francisco: Like you, we are frustrated, confused and dismayed by the seemingly intractable problem of homelessness in our city. Like you, we want answers — and change.

Travel the Globe from South Korea to Ireland in Season 9 of Joseph Rosendo's Travelscope

Travel the Globe from South Korea to Ireland in Season 9 of Joseph Rosendo’s Travelscope

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 Releases GPS Audio Tour of the Mission in Collaboration With Detour

KQED Releases GPS Audio Tour of the Mission in Collaboration With Detour

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.

KQED and PRI Launch ‘Truth Be Told’ Podcast

KQED and PRI Launch ‘Truth Be Told’ Podcast

KQED and Public Radio International announced the launch of the Truth Be Told podcast, drawn from the popular radio program about everyday social interactions in America — viewed through the lens of race, culture and ethnicity.