KQED is the most-listened-to public radio station in the United States. It is a member of NPR (American privately and publicly funded non-profit membership media organization) and is licensed to San Francisco, California. It serves San Francisco Bay Area and Sacramento and is owned by Northern California Public Broadcasting. KQED is also affiliated with National Public Radio, American Public Media, BBC World Service and Public Radio International.
Cheating app:There's no way for me modestly to reduce a mistakenly optimistic rating! (The programming IS generally superior to the competition.)
I find the interviews generally balanced; there is a real attempt to interview a range of opinions, although questions are sometimes challenging and sometimes rather open ... and human interest stuff is usually worth hearing ... a good balance of background information to get up with ...
Writers? These women use "like" in almost every phrase, don't complete sentences, think in cliches, pose like salespeople, not to mention exploit sensationalism and fringe culture. Sad.
Thank you very much!!! good talks!!!
Information about the radio
KQED was founded in 1969 and currently broadcasts news, public affairs programs and talks. They feature not only local content but also broadcast programming from national content distributors. KQED is also quite well-known among Pink Floyd fans because they once recorded a performance in their studio by these legendary rockers called An Hour with Pink Floyd and broadcasted it twice (in 1970 and in 1981).
KQED is a radio station worth your attention. Listen to KQED-FM online or download our free app to access its live stream from your mobile device.