The California Report is now being carried by KUNR, Reno Pubic Radio
June 14, 2018, San Francisco, CA — KQED’s premiere statewide daily news program The California Report (TCR) announced to new listeners this week tuning in on KUNR, Reno Public Radio. The new carriage is part of a sustained period of growth for the morning service hosted by John Sepulvado. This is the first time the show will be regularly heard in communities beyond California’s borders through a station based in a neighboring state.
TCR is the only statewide daily news program focused on social, political and cultural issues of wide relevance in California with reporters based in San Francisco, San Jose, Sacramento, Fresno, and Los Angeles. KUNR now features TCR’s morning service weekdays at 5:31 a.m.
“The California Report complements KUNR’s increasingly regional lineup of news and stories by providing timely reporting and relevant perspectives from California,” says KUNR General Manager David Stipech. “The California Report offers an informative and engaging connection for so many of our listeners and supporters with California roots or interests, and for those living in the important California communities KUNR serves. Public radio is all about exploring deeply into relevant topics through fact-based journalism, delivered with a trusted, civil sensibility. KUNR is continuing to grow our news presence and impact in the region, and The California Report adds a new and welcome dimension to start off each weekday morning.”
TCR produces and airs stories from across California with two fast-paced broadcasts each weekday morning and a 30-minute weekend program. Hosted by Sasha Khokha, The California Report Magazine takes audiences on a road trip for the ears with sound-rich storytelling that explores the people and places that make the Golden State unique.