How do I renew my KQED membership?

How can I renew my KQED membership?

  1. Article Body. You can renew your membership by either: Donating online at, or.
  2. How can I renew my KQED membership?
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  4. Contact Us. Membership is undergoing a computer database conversion.

How do I contact KQED?

Call (415) 553-2150, email [email protected], or fill out the Contact Us form. Hours: M-F 9am-4:45pm.

How much is a KQED membership?

If you’re already a KQED sustaining member at the $60/year or more level, please visit to access your KQED Passport token information.

How do I cancel my KQED membership?

You may contact us to cancel your subscription by emailing Member Services or calling us at (415) 553-2150.

Is KQED the same as PBS?

KQED, virtual channel 9 (UHF digital channel 30), is a Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) member television station licensed to San Francisco, California, United States and serving the San Francisco Bay Area.

Is KQED donation tax deductible?

If you have any questions about what you can donate, please call us toll-free at 866-KQED-123 or 866-573-3123 seven days a week. Is my donation tax deductible? Yes!

What does KQED stand for?

Somewhere around this time, co-founder Jim Day’s wife, Beverly, dreams up call letters “KQED,” an acronym for the Latin quod erat demonstrandum (‘which was to be demonstrated’).

Where is KQED headquarters?

San Francisco, California, United States
Public television and radio broadcaster KQED is inviting the public to an open house and block party on Sept. 25 to celebrate the grand opening of its newly renovated headquarters at 2601 Mariposa St. in San Francisco.

Is KQED free?

KQED Passport offers station donors extended on-demand access to a rich library of quality public television programming. If I do not have KQED Passport, will I still be able to watch programs on and for free? Yes. Free is not going away.

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Who runs KQED?

public benefit corporation
KQED is an independently owned and operated nonprofit public benefit corporation.