About North Gate Radio
North Gate Radio is a weekly radio show produced by the Graduate School of Journalism at UC Berkeley. Listen live each Thursday on KALX 90.7 FM at 9 AM. Everything you hear is created by students in J275. The class covers the spectrum of putting together a radio show, including everything from how to write for the ear to technical editing. Students rotate through the roles of a show team and each get a turn being producer, anchor, reporter and news writer. Queena Sook Kim teaches J275 and advises the show.
Our Production Staff
Queena Sook Kim is the head of audio at the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism. Kim is also a senior editor for Reveal. She was previously at KQED, where she supervised the weekend desk. Before that, she headed the Silicon Valley desk and hosted a statewide daily news show, The California Report, for the station. Kim was also a senior reporter covering technology for Marketplace and covered homebuilding and toys at The Wall Street Journal. She has spent much of her career starting up shows and editorial projects for local public radio stations. She most recently edited an eight-part documentary, “The Political Mind of Jerry Brown.” Her stories have appeared on NPR, WNYC’s The Takeaway, Here & Now, BBC’s Global Perspective and The New York Times’ multimedia page.
Production Staff List
Lauren DeLaunay Miller
North Gate Radio
UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism
121 North Gate Hall #5860, Berkeley, CA 94720