Can I submit my event to KQED for your Event Listings?
We would love to hear about your event, and will consider it if it fits into either of these two categories:
KQED Partner Events
You must be a KQED Partner to be eligible. Find out how to become a KQED Partner (add contact information here).
Please Note, On-Air Radio PSAs Have Been Discontinued
On March 24, 2017, the KQED Radio Community Calendar/PSA feature was officially retired. The staffer who curated the Community Calendar for many years also retired that month.
Which browser is KQED.org optimized for?
KQED.org looks and works best in the most recent versions of browsers. Current versions of our supported browsers are available to download for free at the links below.
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Is KQED.org secure?
Keeping your data safe is very important to us. KQED.org uses secure servers to protect your personal information, including your name, address, and credit card information.
Any page at kqed.org that asks you for personal information is highly secure. Our secure servers protect your information using advanced encryption and firewall technology.
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To further ensure your security, we use state-of-the-art SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) encryption to protect your personal information from unauthorized use.
How do I change the on-screen font size?
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How do I download PDFs?
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What do I need to know before adding my comment to a KQED.org page?
See our community discussion guidelines for more information on participating in our online comments. We look forward to reading your comments!
How can I sign up to be reminded of an upcoming television program?
Each upcoming television program is accompanied by a “remind me” link, which can be accessed by locating the individual program page using one of our schedules or our search function.
Just click on the program title link and you’ll see an “Add to Calendar” option, which will add a particular airing to your own calendar of choice: Outlook, iCalendar, Google, etc. If you access your calendar on your phone then this way it will also show up on your phone notifications screen.
We do not offer radio reminders at this time, unfortunately the lead time for topics and guests is just too short for radio.
What are KQED’s terms of service?
KQED.org is devoted to supporting an online and offline community in Northern California. Read our terms of service to learn the rules that govern your use of our site.
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