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YOUR MESSAGE ON WQED
Marketing messages on WQED tv13, WQED fm89.3 and www.wqed.org provide a powerful and flexible way to increase sales. There's a format and a price to fit every budget... and every dollar works harder on WQED.

UNDERWRITE
Not every company needs to reach affluent and influential residents in our region's most trusted media. But the range of organizations that have successfully used WQED tv13, WQEDfm89.3, and www.wqed.org to build awareness and preference is surprisingly broad.

Our underwriter clientele includes...

Find out more about Underwriting WQED tv13 and WQEDfm89.3.

Underwriting is not your only option. You can also SPONSOR many unique event opportunities

FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT:

Kweilin Nassar
Director of Broadcast Underwriting
Phone: 412-622-6421
or email

Contact WQED

Address:
WQED Multimedia
4802 Fifth Avenue
Pittsburgh PA 15213

Customer Service:
412-622-1370

Switchboard:
Call 412-622-1300 to be directed to a specific department or person.

Fax:
412-622-1488

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EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

WQED Multimedia is an equal opportunity employer. WQED offers a competitive salary, comprehensive benefits and a comfortable work environment.

WQED Multimedia treats applicants and volunteers without regard to their race, or color, ancestry, national origin, age, sex, disability, marital staus or veteran status.

WQED IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.
IF YOUR ORGANIZATION IS INTERESTED IN RECEIVING NOTICES OF JOB OPENINGS AT THIS STATION IN ORDER TO REFER QUALIFIED APPLICANTS, PLEASE CONTACT THE HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT careers@wqed.org.

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WQED is proud to partner with Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield to cover important health topics. "Living With Mental Illness" explores diagnosis, treatment and ending the stigma associated with behavioral health issues. The "Men & Cancer" and "Women & Cancer" series reports on early detection and the latest treatment of cancers most commonly associated with men and women.

documentaries

  • WQED first told her story in "Portraits for the Home Front." Now the legacy of Elizabeth Black continues in a new documentary.