Foust Studies Convergence at San Francisco News Station

“There’s a buzz you can feel just walking around,” said Jim Foust about San Francisco.

Foust, a professor of journalism and public relations, recently spent time in the West Coast city as part of a Faculty Improvement Leave. Through a fellowship from the National Association of Television Program Executives (NATPE), he observed media convergence efforts at KQED, one of the leading public broadcasting stations in the country.

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