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Winter 2014 Newsletter Contents:
- Claudia and David Chittenden enjoy and value KQED media so highly that they support KQED through their annual Producer’s Circle gifts and through charitable gift annuities. Find out what makes KQED so special to the Chittendens. (p. 1)
- Learn how Life Income Gifts = Good Planning for 2014. (p. 2)
- KQED has launched KQED Newsroom, 45 years after its debut in 1968. Read what President John Boland and Executive Producer Joanne Jennings want you to know about this new service to the community. (p. 3)
- Discover program highlights, including AMERICAN MASTERS, Doc Martin and more. (p. 4)
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