How NETA connects your
program to public TV stations
|| - We send your complete program information
("the program offer") to
every station in the system
-- all 350+ -- via myPBS.org,
the proprietary PTV intranet, as well as to an email
nearly 200 public TV programming and traffic people.
- We make your program information available through the NETA online
program catalog, for
programmer reference throughout the rights
- We include your program in the satellite feed schedules used at every
- We promote your program in a timely manner on
on a space-available basis.
- We work with
Ted Hammerman at
Intermediary Copyright Royalty
Services to help you claim the monies due when your
broadcast and carried on cable. (Find
more about this.)
Here are some
ideas for promoting your program
directly to the program managers:
Send a postcard,
a press kit, or a letter to the program managers.
We can provide you with pre-addressed
(Sorry, we do *not* share mailing lists.)
- Take an ad
Current, the national biweekly public
newspaper. Their reach --in print and online --is exactly what you
to meetings. There are
conferences and meetings all year where your program could benefit from exposure. We
can advise you of their schedule. Our own annual meeting is an excellent opportunity for program promotion.
(2016 NETA meeting web)
- Post pictures.
Send us your
copyrighted images as electronic files and we'll make them
available for stations to download and use on their Webs and in their program
magazines. See image guidelines at right.
- Get professional help.
We can recommend
professionals for hire, people whose time and expertise can yield
terrific program carriage. Just ask.
So, as we were saying, show
us your program.
Use our Submittable platform to
tell us all about your project.
We'll talk soon.
believe that diversity is public media's strength.