Geri TovarCorporate Development Account Executive
As a corporate development executive, Geri works to develop successful, long term partnerships with members of the business community who want to reach the KPBS radio, television and digital audience through sponsorships. Geri is responsible for the development and maintenance of campaigns including prospecting, presentations and proposals. She offers a diversified set of qualifications to the KPBS corporate sponsors with whom she works. She comes from commercial radio and helps to bring those insights to KPBS. Geri enjoys live music, hiking, her dog and cooking for her friends.
UCSD’s Scripps Institution of Oceanography will co-host the Ocean Pavilion in Dubai to show how the sea is responding to rising temperatures.
The One Book, One San Diego selection for teens is "Iveliz Explains It All" by Andrea Beatriz Arango. It follows a seventh grader, Iveliz, as she tries to navigate her mental health. The book received a 2023 Newbery Honor Award. Arango will be in San Diego Dec. 1.
Sunday, Dec. 3, 2023 at 8 p.m on KPBS TV / PBS App. Lucy Worsley turns detective to uncover how Agatha Christie developed her ingenious talent for murder. She delves into Agatha’s haunted childhood, knowledge of poisons, and wartime trauma. And she discovers that Christie kept much hidden from view.
San Diego State is hiring ex-Colorado offensive coordinator Sean Lewis as head coach, AP source saysLewis replaces Brady Hoke, who was allowed to finish the season after the school announced his retirement with two games to go.
Wednesday, Nov. 29, 2023 at 11 p.m. on KPBS TV / Stream now with the PBS App + YouTube. Rick explores how new technologies and social progress spawned a variety of artistic styles during the 1800s: freedom-loving and soul-stirring romanticism, the gauzy art of the prosperous Belle Epoque, light-chasing impressionism, and sensuous art nouveau. Then, Rick careens through Europe’s tumultuous 20th century, with rule-breaking art as exciting as the times.
Buffett and Munger together built Berkshire Hathaway into a multi-billion dollar behemoth.
- Israel and Hamas agree to a 2-day extension of the truce in Gaza
- Millions of U.S. apples were almost left to rot. Now, they'll go to hungry families
- Derek Chauvin, officer convicted of George Floyd's murder, was stabbed in prison
- A rare treat: a painting by Renaissance master Titian is on display at a high school
- Civilian deaths are being dismissed as 'crisis actors' in Gaza and Israel