(October 21, 2013)  NETA honored twenty of its members with awards for their top-rated work in content production, promotion, community
engagement, and instructional media were awarded. The presentation was part of NETA’s annual professional development conference, held this year at the Sheraton in Atlanta.
The 2013 NETA Award winners are:
Community Engagement
  Thirteen/WNET: American Graduate Day 2012
(community impact)
  TPT/St. Paul: SciGirls Connect
(community engagement based on a national project)

Content Production
  Blue Ridge PBS: Bob Ross: The Happy Painter
(commissioned work)
  KBYU/Provo: Beehive Stories “Iron County”
(short form)
  KUED/Salt Lake City: Utah Vietnam War Stories: Turning Point


  KUEN/Salt Lake City: Utah Women & Education
(short form)
  Louisiana Public Broadcasting: Sunshine By The Stars
  Nashville Public Television: No Going Back: Women and the War


  UNC-TV: Our State # 608: Ties That Bind
(local culture)
  WLAE/New Orleans: Made in New Orleans
(short form)
  WYES/New Orleans: Steppin’ Out Goes to the Museums
(local culture)
  WYES/New Orleans: Reshaping A Greater New Orleans

   (news & public affairs)

Instructional Media

  Alabama Public Television: Experiencing Shakespeare
  KCPT/Kansas City: Science Matters
(teacher resource)
  WHRO/Norfolk: eMediaVA
(online educational resource)
  Thirteen/WNET: “Annie” Education Website
(online educational resource)
  WOSU/Columbus: Columbus Neighborhoods in the Classroom

  (discrete learning object)

  Alabama Public Television: Opening Doors Media Kit
(print design)
  KET/Kentucky: Summer Celebration Press Kit
(print design)
  KET/Kentucky: Kentucky Collectibles
(promotion campaign)
  KET/Kentucky: Commonwealth Cleanup
(special event)
  KLRU/Austin: Central Texas Gardener blog
(social media)
  MontanaPBS: Summer Sizzle
(single video)
  NET Nebraska: Great Plains: America’s Lingering Wild

   (promotion campaign)

  South Dakota Public Broadcasting: Over South Dakota
(single video)
The NETA Awards are annual recognition of member-produced excellence in public broadcasting, a tradition established in the 1960s by the pioneering Southern Educational Communications Association
from which NETA was formed.
NETA is a professional association organized in 1997 to serve public television licensees and affiliated educational organizations. The organization has members in 43 states, the District of Columbia, and the
Virgin Islands. NETA is headquartered in Columbia, South Carolina.
Go here for additional information on the organization and its services.
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