Throughout its history, WQED has been consistently devoted to developing, producing and presenting programs and projects of the highest quality, and in recognition has won more than 250 local, national, and international awards for excellence. Today WQED Multimedia is producing more local programming, and, by sponsoring various community outreach programs, WQED contributes valuable resources and information that encourage regional growth and development. That regional growth and development is essential to the future success of any business, including yours.

WQED Multimedia Business Partners are part of an elite group within the business community - a group that recognizes the importance of WQED's services to the well-being of business in Western Pennsylvania. View our Current Business Partners.

As a WQED Multimedia Business Partner, you will:

Listed below are some of the many other benefits you receive when you become a WQED Business Partner.

$3,000 and above: Business Leadership Level

$1,000-$2,999: Business Executive Level

$500 to $999: Business Manager Level

If you or someone you know have questions or would like to become a Business Partner, please contact Kristine A. Masta at 412-622-1381.


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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.


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