KQED Public Radio

Johnson, Heather
April 2005
Mix;Apr2005, Vol. 29 Issue 5, p59
Reports on the renovation of the radio station KQED-FM in San Francisco, California. Installation of the latest audio equipment; Construction of a new master control room; Inclusion of the production suite and edit bay and extensively remodeling the existing production sites.


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