Sponsorship Frequently Asked Questions

Who is the KQED audience?
Glad you asked! Take a peek at some of our recent audience data.

How much does it cost to sponsor KQED?
KQED customizes all of of it’s sponsorships based on your goals, timeline, audience targets, and range of budget for connecting and communiciating with our audiences.

Does KQED have any guidelines about the creative copy I can run on radio, TV or online?
Yes, KQED abides by all FCC guidlines for public radio and television. (insert docsend links to guidelines) KQED works with its partners to craft a custom message for your product or service while reaching our attentive audience of life long learners, in a way that captures their interest. We can even write your copy from scratch or help you to produce a powerful television spot. KQED’s digital products offer the greatest flexibility for sponsors that require a higher degree of control over their message.

Can I pay KQED to run a story or interview a person?
KQED has a strict firewall between our highly valued partner organizations and the trusted editorial and content team our community depends upon to inform and educate. Our sponsors support KQED because they understand the value of our unique audience and the services we provide to the community.

Who do I contact if I don’t have any sponsorship budget and think KQED may be interested in my story?
Please email assignmentdesk@kqed.org with any story you’d like to submit for consideration. No donation or sponsorship is neccessary to submit your idea. We would love to hear from you!

Sponsorship Frequently Asked Questions 21 March,2019KQED