The California Report: 25 YearsDescription
With its sprawling territory, climatic and cultural extremes, and teeming and diverse population, California is tough to cover. Yet, for the last 25 years, The California Report has knit together this vast and varied state, bringing you news stories and culture that define California’s role in American life.
Join KQED for a livestream event commemorating The California Report’s 25 years of serving as the on-air chronicle of California’s daily concerns, evolving culture, and ongoing heart. Hosts Sasha Khokha, Lily Jamali, and Saul Gonzalez share a virtual retrospective behind-the-scenes, looking back at some of the stories that not only shaped the state but also the show. They’ll hear from beloved TCR alums -- including All Things Considered co-host Ailsa Chang, NPR White House correspondent Tamara Keith, KQED’s own Scott Shafer, and more -- with personal tributes and live conversation about their most memorable experiences reporting for the show.
Celebrate 25 years of your state, 25 years of your stories!
Help us commemorate what 25 years of California has meant to us by sharing photos of what California means to you! Tell us what defines the Golden State in your eyes. Post your photos on Instagram and Twitter with #TheCaliforniaReport and tag @KQED to help us create a community montage capturing the meaning of our shared home.
KQED would like to extend its thanks to...
Asian Art Museum for sponsorsing this special event.
The James Irvine Foundation for its generous longstanding support of The California Report.
Eric and Wendy Schmidt, through The Schmidt Family Foundation, for making quality local journalism accessible to communities across California.