I applied through other source and the process took 5 months - interviewed at KQED in June 2011.
Interview Details – After conversing for several months via email I was given a phone interview and then an in office interview. The interview was very laid back and comfortable. I was interviewed in he lobby and then I was given a tour of the office and introduced to multiple other employees. They were very friendly, informative and encouraging throughout the whole process. They also appeared to have a very positive company culture.
Reason for Declining – I really like KQED and suspect I would have learned a lot. However I was offered another position at a company I felt was more in line with my career interests.
I applied online and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at KQED in February 2012.
Interview Details – Applied online through their website. It took a while for them to initiate contact and receive my resume but once they did, I exchanged a few emails with them and had a phone interview - discussed what I was interested in, previous experience, typical interview questions. The lady interviewing me was extremely friendly and nice.
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Pros: KQED is one of the most innovative public media organizations in the United States. It brings both NPR and PBS to the Bay Area, and creates extensive original content. It has offices in San Francisco and Silicon Valley. – Full Review
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