Helen Woodward Animal Center’s Therapeutic Riding program provides unique therapy to physically and mentally challenged children and adults through interaction with our specially trained horses.
The Environmental Reporting Fund will underwrite the cost of a reporter, who covers crucial environmental issues of air, water and land use that affects all citizens.
Support for the KPBS Border/Fronteras desk can provide a clear portrait of the life, culture, challenges, and promises of the border region. This beat covers immigration and other issues.
KPBS is working with UCSD and SDSU to create a ‘pilot project’ which will offer scientists an opportunity to create much greater exposure to their work through KPBS TV and Radio and their Web site
KPBS is a leader and innovator in the area of convergence. KPBS is proposing a convergence ‘boot camp’ where public media organizations are invited to attend, for a fee, a two-day intensive train
Early exposure to the arts has a lasting impact on a person's ability to analyze and integrate knowledge and think creatively. Lyric Opera is dedicated to providing arts enrichment.
KPBS has focused its strategic plan on finding a way to expand its investigative journalism into a team of reporters and producers doing in-depth, long-form work.
KPBS has succeeded in gaining FCC approval to move its radio transmitter to Mt. Soledad. This will expand the audience dramatically as nearly 400,000 more people will gain access to KPBS Radio.
This technology allows reporters to use their iPhone as a highly portable, remote broadcast unit for capturing and transmitting live, high quality audio for radio broadcast.
KPBS’ mission in the San Diego region is to provide quality radio, TV, Web and community activities to educate and entertain, to advance civic involvement, and to celebrate diverse perspectives.