Rob Owen regularly attends the public meetings at WQED Multimedia – and is one of few TV critics to do so apparently. However, look at what’s on tap at the Public outlet for 2008.

  • A weekly segment on “ON-Q” looking back upon 250 years of Pittsburgh’s history.
  • A new Sebak production about Inventions in Pittsburgh set to debut in March.
  • “Mister Rogers Neighborhood” will celebrate 40 years on PBS.
  • WQED-FM will extend local programming content by 2 hours until 10:00 PM in the New Year.

Sounds like good things are happening at WQED. Rob has the complete list of events in the Post-Gazette.