KQED 《DEEP LOOK》 系列製作人
Craig Rosa是KQED科學部門的資深數位編輯，主責科學互動及影音平台的編輯業務。他同時也是《DEEP LOOK》的系列製作人；這個節目是一個YOUTUBE科學系列，由KQED及PBS DIGITAL STUDIOS所製播。《DEEP LOOK》在2015年獲Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival的最佳短片系列獎項。除此之外，Craig是《Above The Noise》節目的諮詢製作人，這是與KQED Learning合製的次科學網頁影音系列，為青少年製播科學及公民議題。
Craig同時主責傳統媒體及網路各類平台的整合，包括：電視、廣播、網頁、教育與社群媒體、並且與社區夥伴協力網路及社群影音的媒體訓練。Craig曾因工作成績獲得諸多殊榮，包含Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival的最佳網路/新媒體使用獎。
Craig Rosa, Series Producer, KQED Deep Look
Craig Rosa is the Senior Digital Editor for Science at KQED, where he serves as editorial lead for the science interactive and video platforms. Craig is also the Series Producer of DeepLook, a science YouTube series created by KQED and presented by PBS Digital Studios. Deep Look was awarded the "Best Limited Series-Short Form" award at the 2015 Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival. Additionally, Craig is a Consulting Producer for Above The Noise, a second science web video series on science and civics for teens, in collaboration with KQED Learning.
Craig is also responsible for the integration of traditional and Web-based media across all platforms: TV, radio, Web, education and social media, and conducts media trainings with community partners on web and social video. He has received multiple honors for his work, including “Best Use of Web/New Media” from the Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival.
Elliott Kennerson出生並成長於加州聖地牙哥，2015年加入KQED Science擔任數位製作人。他在位於博茲曼市的蒙大拿州立大學接受野生生物紀錄片的藝術碩士（MFA）訓練，製作有關北美野牛、貓頭鷹、狼、侵略性植物、以及加州拉荷亞港灣海豹數量的影片。加入KQED之前，Elliott為聖地牙哥KPBS製播名為《動物R&R》的系列，獲得區域性艾美獎提名，資金則透過網站Kickstarter的網路募資。這個系列主題是以野生動物中途之家的病人，以及牠們的照護者為主題。Elliott曾在Country TV、村聲雜誌、紐約時報及Santoki Productions擔任記者及影音製作人，並且擔任MSNBC關於人蛇集團的知名系列《美國的性奴隸》製作人。Elliott有耶魯大學考古學學士學位，研修前哥倫布美洲文明、中世紀的愛爾蘭及埃及古物學。Elliott曾經是演員，曾任紐約LightBox戲院合作藝術家。
Elliott Kennerson, Producer and Post Production Coordinator, KQED Deep Look
Born and raised in San Diego, California, Elliott Kennerson joined KQED Science as a digital producer in 2015. He received his M.F.A. training in wildlife documentary at Montana State Univ. in Bozeman, producing films about bison, owls, wolves, invasive plants, and the harbor seal population in La Jolla. Before joining KQED, he produced a Regional Emmy-nominated series for KPBS in San Diego, funded by the crowd-funding site Kickstarter, called “Animal R&R.” The series followed animal patients in a wildlife rehabilitation facility and the people who care for them. Elliott has worked as a journalist and video producer at Court TV, the Village Voice, the New York Times, and Santoki Productions, producers of the acclaimed MSNBC series “Sex Slaves in America” about human trafficking. Elliott also holds a B.A. from Yale in archaeology, where he studied Pre-Columbian American civilization, medieval Ireland, and Egyptology. In his former life as an actor, Elliott was an associate artist with LightBox Theater Company in New York.
KQED公共廣播製播兩個知名重要廣播節目，《Michael Krasny論壇》及《加州報導》是獲獎的新聞與公共事務節目，為美國境內公共廣播收聽人數最高。在舊金山以FM 88.5或Comcast頻道960聆聽、在沙加緬度是FM 89.3、在聖羅莎是FM 88.3、在馬丁尼茲則是FM 88.1。KQED公共廣播的FM 88.5 與FM 89.3，在類比及HD廣播皆有播出。KQED官網提供串流直播、音檔下載以及podcast等服務，內容獨特精彩，是使用者最常造訪的公共廣播網站之一。
教育是公共媒體的中心使命。KQED學習（KQED Learning）滿足此項使命的方式，是吸引學校、學院、大學、非正式學習管道的教師，支援他們使用PBS與KQED內容作為學習工具，製作符合加州與國家標準的高品質數位學習教材，包括影音短片、互動工具、教學計畫，可以串連銜接KQED高品質、多平台的媒體內容。經由KQED網站以及其他線上平台，包括iTunes U以及PBS Learning Media來傳播；這項服務由超過1500位製作人以及全國350個PBS電臺，提供數以千計的教材內容。透過深入的專業發展環境與線上訓練資源，訓練教師在教學環境中利用教學媒體及數位媒體工具。
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