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A Look Inside the Reporting Process at KQED

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Have you ever heard something on the radio or read something on the web and thought: "How did this get made? Who came up with this idea? What's the story behind this story?"

If you're curious to know how our editorial ethics play out day to day, here's a peek into some of what goes into KQED's editorial process, before, during and after a story is broadcast on the radio or published online.

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