Tuesday, March 26, 2013

KQED

88.5 FM KQED (K Quod Erat Demonstrandum - Latin for "which had to be demonstrated") is a public radio station in San Francisco, California.  The original station manager at their inception in 1969 was a co-founder of National Public Radio which first broadcast about two years later.  KQED is cited as being the most listened to public radio station in the United States and hit #1 in the overall ratings for San Francisco in 2011.  Their signal is now heard on KQEI 89.3 FM licensed to North Highlands, CA as well as on three translators.

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