Bruce RogowChief Technology Officer
Bruce Rogow is chief technology officer at KPBS where he oversees engineering, information technology, television broadcast operations, construction management, and total quality management for the station.
Bruce became a member in 1983 and began working at KPBS in 1995. He currently serves on the board of directors for Wayword Radio.org and is a member of the San Diego State University Senate Sustainability Committee. He is a former board chair for San Diego Renewable Energy Society.
Prior to KPBS, Bruce worked as a broadcast engineer at KUSI Television. He also founded the San Diego State University Suntrakker Solar Car Project as a student in 1990. Bruce holds a Bachelor and a Master of Science in Business Administration from San Diego State University.
The restrictions passed through Utah's Republican-supermajority Legislature reflect how politicians' perceptions of technology companies are changing — and that includes pro-business Republicans.
Building on Thursday's strong turnout, unions swiftly called for new protests and strikes next week when the British king is scheduled to visit Bordeaux on the second day of his trip to France.
People who enjoy San Diego Restaurant Week this year will help support local non-profit Feeding San Diego's year-round hunger relief and food rescue programs.
The aircraft carrier pulled into port at NAS North Island on Thursday afternoon after spending more than a year at the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard in Bremerton, Washington, undergoing maintenance and modernization work.
Interest rates went up Wednesday, leaving people wondering what that means for the economy and their finances. While you can't control the Fed, experts say you can take control of your personal finances and start with some simple adjustments.
San Diego Gas & Electric customers are getting a chance to voice their opinions about the company’s rate requests for an increase in revenue over the next four years. If approved, the increase could cost customers an extra $9 to $18 a month next year alone.
- The Fed raises interest rates again despite the stress hitting the banking system
- New San Diego-based pageant seeks 'Miss California Extraordinaire'
- Formerly homeless man gets people housed and off the streets in Chula Vista
- Demonstrations, protests mark first day of LA school strike
- Uh-oh. A new tropical mosquito has come to Florida. The buzz it's creating isn't good