Heather Milne BargerDirector of Communications and Marketing
As director of communications and marketing, Heather Milne Barger is responsible for the strategic coordination of information to staff, the public, and press about all things KPBS. With more than 28 years experience in media relations, social media, writing, online and print collateral, and business development, she has served in executive roles with the San Diego Workforce Partnership, Cooley LLP, and the San Diego Venture Group. She began her career as the first full-time marketing staff member for the San Diego Daily Transcript and wrote a weekly column covering the advertising and public relations industry. A fifth generation Californian, Heather grew up near Yosemite National Park, attended Scripps College in Los Angeles, and found home in San Diego.
Workers are on a 24-hour strike to pressure owner Jeff Bezos and company leaders to negotiate a new labor contract. The Post says it needs to cut jobs and may resort to layoffs.
The decision to release the movie profiling the American scientist follows criticism that the film largely ignored the impact of the bombings that killed more than 200,000 people in Japan.
As four candidates hotly debated issues ranging from foreign policy to gender identity to immigration, it's clear Nikki Haley is seen as a threat and Trump still looms large even when he's not there.
The U.S. said Israel should create safe zones to minimize civilian deaths from Israeli airstrikes. But Palestinians and international aid groups say the zones have been inadequate or nonexistent.
With a record number of oil, gas and coal representatives at this year's COP28 climate talks, climate scientists worry industry influence could water down language on fossil fuels.
Highland Valley Christmas Tree Farm is one of the few places in San Diego where people can come to pick out their Christmas tree, have it cut down and take it home.
Queen Elizabeth II died September 8, 2022 at age 96. She was the longest-ruling monarch in British history. Her reign spanned a remarkable arc in British history and was defined by duty to country and considerable family pain. This is a collection of programs featuring her life and the British royal family.
- San Diego’s border sewage problem may get better soon
- Norman Lear, who made funny sitcoms about serious topics, dies at 101
- San Diego researchers seek key to understanding volatile anchovy population shifts
- Memorial benches return to Swami's Beach — with addition
- A car among airplanes at the San Diego Air & Space Museum