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Virtual Events Video Archive
03/25/2021: Virtual Event with Lisa Desjardins
Producers Club members enjoyed an exclusive event with "PBS NewsHour" Correspondent Lisa Desjardins.
01/21/2021: Meet the General Manager Virtual Event
Producers Club members enjoyed an event with KPBS Interim General Manager Nancy Worlie and got an inside look into what the station's plans are for the year ahead.
12/08/2020: Virtual Farewell Event for Tom Karlo
Producers Club members enjoyed an exclusive farewell event for former KPBS General Manager Tom Karlo. Check out the webinar recording below!
11/18/2020: Ken Kramer of Ken Kramer's About San Diego.
This was our annual Planned Giving Celebration for members who have included KPBS in their estate plans. It was not a Producers Club event, but I thought the conversation between Ken and Tom Karlo was entertaining enough to share with you!
09/17/2020: Robin Young, co-host of NPR's Here & Now
Producers Club members enjoyed an exclusive event with co-host of Here and Now, Robin Young.
08/07/2020: Theatre Corner Panel Discussion
Theatre Corner is a KPBS interview series dedicated to promoting diversity and inclusion in the national theatre scene, both on the stage and in the seats. KPBS Arts Calendar Editor Julia Dixon Evans moderated a panel discussion with Michael Taylor, host of Theatre Corner, Wendy Raquel Robinson, executive producer and actor, and L. Peter Callender, artistic director of the African-American Shakespeare Company. If you missed this event or would like to re-watch it, please find the recording below.
07/09/2020: Virtual Event with La Jolla Institute for Immunology
Researchers Alessandro Sette and Shane Crotty, both professors at the Center for Infectious Disease and Vaccine Research at the La Jolla Institute for Immunology, found COVID-19 infection produces a strong T cell response. Learn from the scientists themselves why this is good news in the worldwide race to develop a vaccine against the deadly disease.