How KQED Is Making Radio During the Coronavirus Pandemic

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Top row: California Report Magazine host Sasha Khokha, producer Asal Ehsanipour, Forum host Mina Kim. Bottom row: California Report host Saul Gonzalez, politics editor Scott Shafer and Morning Edition host Brian Watt. (Courtesy of KQED Employees)

Most KQED employees have left our headquarters at 50 Beale St. in downtown San Francisco to figure out how to bring you the news from our homes. But some people who are crucial to keeping us on the air still go to the studios every day.

Radio and media are considered essential businesses under shelter-in-place orders. Here's how we're (still) bringing you the news.

Guests: Voices from the KQED Newsroom
Brian Watt, KQED Morning Edition host
Vinnee Tong, managing editor of News