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January 31, 2013

In this episode of Pittsburgh 360, we look back to the early days of WQED, flash forward to its present, and focus on our future. We celebrate 40 years of WQED FM, see how children with disabilities are learning to play, and we'll give you a peak at the Best of WQED!


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In this episode of Pittsburgh 360, we look back to the early days of WQED, flash forward to its present, and focus on our future. We celebrate 40 years of WQED FM, see how children with disabilities are learning to play, and we'll give you a peak at the Best of WQED!


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