KQED’s Truly CA Announces 12th Season of Films Celebrating California

KQED’s Truly CA Announces 12th Season of Films Celebrating California

KQED’s documentary series Truly CA: Our State, Our Stories returns for its 12th season with a dozen films covering topics from healing through dance to the San Francisco comedy scene of the 1980s.

KQED Receives Six Regional Edward R. Murrow Awards

KQED Receives Six Regional Edward R. Murrow Awards

KQED is the proud recipient of six regional Edward R. Murrow Awards from the Radio Television Digital News Association (RTDNA). The awards recognize the best electronic journalism produced by radio, television and digital news organizations around the world. The KQED News and KQED Science teams received an award for Continuing Coverage for their reporting on […]

KQED Wins Prestigious Webby Award for Deep Look's Mosquito Video

KQED Wins Prestigious Webby Award for Deep Look’s Mosquito Video

KQED’s YouTube science series Deep Look won a Webby People’s Voice Award this week in the science and education video category with its three-minute video ‘How Mosquitoes Use Six Needles to Suck Your Blood.’

KQED Learning Launches a New Website for Educators to Amplify Youth Voice, Civic Engagement, and Media Literacy in a Digital World

KQED Learning Launches a New Website for Educators to Amplify Youth Voice, Civic Engagement, and Media Literacy in a Digital World

KQED, a member station of NPR and PBS based in San Francisco, announces the launch of the new KQED Learning online hub. KQED Learning serves educators with free and open digital content and tools focused on amplifying youth voice, making media, civic engagement, and real-world media literacy.  KQED Learning is a “go-to” resource for professional […]

Jacques Pépin: The Art of Craft, KQED’s First Production for American Masters, Premieres Friday, May 26, at 9pm

Jacques Pépin: The Art of Craft, KQED’s First Production for American Masters, Premieres Friday, May 26, at 9pm

KQED’s first in-house production for American Masters, Jacques Pépin: The Art of Craft, premieres on Friday, May 26, at 9pm on KQED 9, and nationally at the same date and time on PBS stations nationwide. Produced and directed by Peter L. Stein and narrated by Stanley Tucci, this new documentary profiles the life and career […]

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KQED’s Check, Please! Bay Area Taste & Sip Event Is Bigger Than Ever

KQED’s popular Check, Please! Bay Area Taste & Sip food and wine tasting will be held Tuesday, May 23, 2017, from 6:30 to 9pm at the San Francisco Design Center Galleria.

KQED Announces Results of Spectrum Auction

KQED Announces Results of Spectrum Auction

San Francisco, CA — KQED, the public media organization serving the San Francisco Bay Area, will receive a one-time sum of $95.4 million for relinquishing back to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) six megahertz of broadcast spectrum as part of the recently concluded incentive auction. The FCC seeks to repurpose underutilized television broadcast spectrum to […]

KQED Joins Nextdoor to Bring Relevant Content to Bay Area Neighborhoods

KQED Joins Nextdoor to Bring Relevant Content to Bay Area Neighborhoods

    March 23, 2017, San Francisco, CA — KQED News has partnered with Nextdoor, the social network for neighborhoods, to share hyperlocal content and breaking news with select Bay Area neighborhoods. Thousands of Bay Area communities are using Nextdoor to stay informed about what’s happening in their neighborhood and cultivate meaningful conversations around local […]

KQED’s April Dembosky Receives AHCJ’s Top Health Reporting Prize

KQED’s April Dembosky Receives AHCJ’s Top Health Reporting Prize

The Association of Health Care Journalists (AHCJ) has awarded KQED health reporter April Dembosky its top reporter prize as part of this year’s Awards for Excellence in Health Care Journalism. Dembosky received the first place prize in the Beat Reporting category for her “2016 body of work.” Among her many 2016 stories, the AHCJ highlighted […]

PBS Nature’s Yosemite Explores the Impact of Climate Change on the Iconic Landmark

PBS Nature’s Yosemite Explores the Impact of Climate Change on the Iconic Landmark

The Sierra Nevada, a mountain range running about 400 miles along the eastern side of California and stretches into Nevada, is home to three national parks:  Sequoia, Kings Canyon and Yosemite. This is a land of giants, whether speaking of trees soaring to nearly 300 feet, or massive stone monoliths far taller than any skyscraper. […]