KQED Climate Watch team
KQED Climate Watch team

KQED is expanding and improving our award-winning science and environment coverage. Craig Miller and Molly Samuel, who have produced KQED’s “Climate Watch” series, are joining the radio, TV, interactive and education producers at our “QUEST” series. The new team is called “KQED Science,” and we will continue to cover science and environment news for KQED Public Radio; produce the science television series “QUEST;” work with science educators and explore science and environment issues in Northern California for KQED online and social media. We are now the largest team covering science and environment news at any media company in Northern California.

Look for more exciting changes in the months to come. But starting this week, the excellent climate, water and energy coverage produced by Craig and Molly can now be found on this site, heard on KQED Public Radio 88.5FM and seen on KQED Public Television 9. Read more about the changes..

KQED Science News Coverage Expands 2 October,2015Andrea Kissack


Andrea Kissack

Andrea has nearly three decades of experience working as a reporter, anchor, producer and editor for public radio, large market television news and CBS radio. In her current role as KQED’s Sr. Science Editor, Andrea helps lead a talented team covering science, technology, health and the environment for broadcast and digital platforms. Most recently she helped KQED launch a new, multimedia initiative covering the intersection of technology, health and medical science. She has earned a number of accolades for her work including awards from the Radio and Television News Directors Association, the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences and the Associated Press. Her work can be seen, and heard, on a number of networks, Including NPR, PBS, CBS and the BBC.

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