Northern California Public Broadcasting
Northern California Public Broadcasting (NCPB) was formed on May 1, 2006 when the boards of KQED, Inc., and the KTEH Foundation agreed to merge, forming the "most watched public television broadcaster and the second most listened-to public radio broadcaster in the country."
- KQED (TV) Public television, channel 9 in San Francisco
- KQEH public television, channel 54 in San Jose
- KQED-FM public radio, 88.5 MHz in San Francisco
- "KQED, Inc. (San Francisco) and KTEH Foundation (San Jose) Form New Broadcast Organization: Northern California Public Broadcasting". 2006. Retrieved May 2, 2006.
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