KQED is Northern California’s largest public broadcasting media outlet. Nationally, it is one of the most-watched Public Broadcasting Service television stations during primetime, and the most-listened-to National Public Radio member station, with 700,000 listeners each week. With renewed support, KQED will continue to develop its multi-platform arts editorial strategy, which emphasizes the centrality of arts to civic life and the cultural vitality of the San Francisco Bay Area. Renewed support will bolster KQED to further develop its arts service by adding one new thematic series each year, creating a fund development plan, and reaching more people using digital media platforms.
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for developing digital media literacy skills and engagement among teachers and students
KQED is a public media organization dedicated to providing people with the knowledge they need to make informed decisions, convening community dialogue, and helping students and teachers thrive in 21st century classrooms. KQED seeks to better understand how to use OER to build a media literacy ecosystem so that students and teachers acquire skills that strengthen deeper learning and civic participation. This work will support the development of standards-aligned OER for teachers and students as well as research on OER effectiveness.