|Description||public broadcasting company|
KQED, Inc., also known as KQED Public Broadcasting, operates as a public broadcasting company in California. It offers public television, digital television, and public radio services; and delivers television, radio, and Internet content. The company also produces and acquires programs broadcasting from PBS and other distributors; and produces, co-produces, and presents a range of television programs locally, regionally, and nationally, as well as produces own programs and collaborates with filmmakers and documentary producers. Its public radio offers various news, public affairs, and cultural affairs programming. The company serves the people of California with noncommercial media.
KQED, Inc. was founded in 1954 and is headquartered in San Francisco, California.