ROGER CHIANG, Director of Content Production, KQED, San Francisco
Decorated producer and executive Roger Chiang has played significant roles for award-winning television, digital content and film.
Currently, Roger is the Director of Content Production at KQED, the Bay Area’s PBS and NPR member station where he manages award-winning television news, entertainment and digital content teams, including NATAS San Francisco/Northern California winners “KQED Newsroom,” “Deep Look,” “Check, Please! Bay Area” and others. Prior to KQED, Roger served as the Executive In Charge of Production for the legendary TV series “America’s Most Wanted.”
Under Roger’s stewardship, AMW was honored by four U.S. Presidents and host John Walsh received the Governor’s Award from the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. Roger has also consulted for CNN, developed “The Hunt” for CNN, collaborated with several production companies on scripted crime series for network television and Netflix, developed a reality pilot for Oxygen, co produced independent films and worked with acclaimed film directors.
In his spare time, Roger has volunteered with several mentoring organizations, and previously served as an Advisory Member with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children and Board Member for the University of California Santa Barbara Alumni Association.
Roger lives in Oakland, California.