“You open my heart to people who are different than I am” — Katherine, Petaluma

“KQED has been a staple of my life, from my childhood into my adulthood. And I want it to be there for my children too” — Adris, Oakland

When it comes to why KQED matters, it turns out you — our fans — tend to put it better than we ever could.

As part of our Keep the Conversation Going project, we’re asking our listeners, viewers and supporters to tell us the role KQED plays in their lives — from our radio programming and our TV line-up to our online news, arts coverage and science reporting.

So whether you’ve grown up with KQED or only just discovered us, whether it’s about one particular show, a specific story that impacted you or the fact that your commute just wouldn’t be the same without us, we want to hear: What does KQED mean to you? We’re collecting your words, thoughts and stories, and will be sharing our favorites with the world on our site and on social media.

Choose one of the following ways to get in touch:

  1. Online form: Fill out the quick, easy form below with your message.
  2. Voicemail: Call 415-553-8499 and leave your message for us to hear.
  3. Social media: Use hashtag #ILoveKQED and post a Facebook comment here on our Page, or tweet us at @kqed.

Help us Keep the Conversation Going. We can’t wait to hear what you’ve got to say.

What Does KQED Mean to You?

Your email address will not be shared with third parties, but we may use it later to send you fun updates from KQED that we think will be of interest to you.

(Remember by filling out the form, leaving us a voicemail or posting a comment on our social media you’re agreeing that KQED may republish or otherwise reproduce your words on our website , social media pages or in other media. In other words, don’t tell us anything you wouldn’t want to see shared publicly. Thank you!)

#ILoveKQED: We Want to Hear From You! 8 May,2017On KQED