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  • KPBS has announced a new collaboration with BluPeak Credit Union where individuals who join the credit union based on a new KPBS membership will receive a one year KPBS membership at the $60 level.
  • KPBS presents a joyful holiday special featuring seven of San Diego's most talented choirs, celebrating and sharing the power and grace of the holiday season in multiple denominations. The one-hour show will premiere November 25 at 8 p.m. on KPBS TV.
  • Travis Tamasese has joined KPBS as its inaugural Chief of Staff. Travis will report to General Manager Deanna Mackey and serve as a member of the senior leadership team.
  • KPBS General Manager Deanna Mackey has been named a 2023 Latino Leader of Influence by the San Diego Business Journal and the San Diego County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.
  • The second season of “Out of the Boondocks,” a locally-produced docuseries celebrating Filipino creativity and culture through the lens of San Diego’s Filipino artists and innovators, will premiere on Thursday, October 12 at 8:30 pm on KPBS TV and the PBS App.
  • All three books selected for the One Book, One San Diego 2023 season exemplify courage, hope, advocacy, and solidarity. Each title explores the significance of taking pride in where we come from and coming together across differences to accomplish what we can't on our own.
  • KPBS has been awarded $50,000 for its border podcast “Port of Entry” from California Humanities’ California Documentary Project. Through April 2025, “Port of Entry” will be using the grant funds to produce approximately 20 episodes per fiscal year on a variety of border-related issues, including a season that features stories of indigenous people native to the borderlands.
  • KPBS has launched the KPBS Parents Hub (, a site to help those who are parenting children under the age of 12 with content that supports them in navigating the adventure of parenting.
  • We’re dependent on our cars because of freeways and the decisions made around building them. Now imagine a future where we don’t need to drive our cars every day. What would it take to decommission a freeway in San Diego? That is the premise explored in a new podcast by KPBS called “Freeway Exit.” The first two episodes of the six-part series are available May 9, followed by a new episode dropping each week through June 6.
  • Miss Lolly and KPBS invite you to explore the role sexuality plays in our identities in the new podcast “Everybody’s Doing It with Miss Lolly.” Episodes will be released every week on Thursdays beginning May 4, 2023.
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