WQED, VHF channel 13, is a PBS member television station located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. The station is owned by WQED Multimedia. Established on April 1, 1954, it was the first community-sponsored television station in the United States as well as the fifth public television station. WQED also became the first station to telecast classes to elementary school classrooms when Pittsburgh launched the Metropolitan School Service in 1955. WQED has been the flagship station for Mister Rogers' Neighborhood, Where in the World Is Carmen Sandiego? (in co-production with WGBH-TV), and Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood (its live action sequences were filmed in Pittsburgh).
On cable, WQED is carried on Comcast channels 9 (channel 14 in Monroeville) (standard definition) and 813 (high definition), and Verizon FiOS channels 13 (standard definition) and 513 (high definition).
WQED may refer to:
- WQED (TV), a television station (channel 13 analog/38 digital) licensed to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States
- WQED-FM, a radio station (89.3 FM) licensed to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States
- The stations' parent company, WQED Multimedia, or their production facility at 4802 Fifth Avenue in Pittsburgh's Oakland neighborhood.