iQ: smartparent: Show After The Show: Digital Badging
This web extra includes conversation recorded in the WQED studios after the televised iQ smartparent episode on "Digital Badging."
iQ: smartparent: Show After The Show: Digital Badging aired on Nov 13, 2014.
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WQED's Chris Moore and The Pittsburgh Foundation's Grant Oliphant host a forum for the democratic candidates in the Pittsburgh mayoral race. The topic is "Race and Poverty."
Original airdate: Apr 25, 2013
This episode continues a series that reports on African American men and boys in positive and mentoring roles. "Journey to Medicine" follows middle school students, medical school students and seasonedprofessional physicians as they pursue careers in medicine.
Original airdate: Mar 18, 2013
This documentary profiles Pittsburgh native Lou Astorino, the only American in history to design a building at the Vatican. Astorino's "Chapel of the Holy Spirit" is where cardinals pray before choosing a new pope. WQED's production team is granted unprecedented access to the chapel, which is closed to the public. Production team: reporter Michael Bartley, producer/writer David Solomon, camera/editing Paul Ruggieri, camera Frank Caloiero.
Original airdate: Mar 12, 2013
This episode continues a series that reports on African American men and boys in positive and mentoring roles. “Media Men” focuses on communications careers. Featured profiles include Pittsburgh Post-Gazette columnist Tony Norman, WQED/PCNC/KDKA Radio host Chris Moore, Pittsburgh Tribune-Review photographer Sidney Davis, and social media networker Alex Simmons.
Original airdate: Feb 25, 2013
Join WQED-FM radio personalities Jim Cunningham, Anna Singer and Ted Sohier as they commemorate 40 years of classical music and the arts in Pittsburgh. In this celebratory program, local arts leaders reminisce about WQED-FM and there will be performances from nearly 30 local musicians, singers and dancers.
Original airdate: Jan 26, 2013