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Merge or disambiguation?[edit]

From the WQED-TV talk page: Should we merge the WQED-FM and WQED-TV articles into one WQED article (like the WGBH article), or should we keep them seperate and change the WQED article from a redirect to the TV station to a disambiguation page? (WQEX can remain seperate, as it isn't quite a public television station these days...) 16:17, 24 September 2005 (UTC)

One article vs. three[edit]

There is currently a disambiguation page titled WQED. Rather than having three articles (WQED, WQED-TV, WQED-FM), they could all be merged into WQED. The radio page is a stub, and the television page gives information about both. It would provide for easier navigation of the pages--Questions99 (talk) 14:13, 16 February 2012 (UTC)


Some history would be interesting.

I came here from KQED hoping to find some earlier history of public radio.

I have been very pleasantly surprised by how much has been written on Wikipedia about radio - thank you! 08:20, 5 September 2007 (UTC)

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