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 Think about ...
  What happens, if you invest
  in training your people and
  then they leave?
  What happens, if you don't,
  and they stay?

  Putting your staff in contact
  with opportunities to learn more,
  connect more, will always pay
  off, now and in the future.

           - NETA Professional Development


     Professional Development for Everyone in Public TV
    Date        Event



2016 NETA Conference in Baltimore

Get the NETA Awards RoadShow


Sept 29

Anti-Defamation League's Echoes & Reflections: Holocaust Education

Oct 13 Hispanic/Latino Family Outreach: Successful Strategies to Bridge Public Media and Spanish-speaking Families


Nov 17

Producing Interactive Lessons
for PBS LearningMedia™


Jan 19

NETA Awards - Tips for Success
     Recent Webinars
     The meeting for everybody in public television
        Renaissance Baltimore Harborplace Hotel
        September 19-21  --  Go here for all the information.
     Available now:
The 2016 NETA Awards RoadShow

          24 winning ideas in 1 totebag, delivered to your office.
    NETA Councils
  Join up with your cohort, your squad of public media people.
  The framework for NETA professional development is a constellation
  of discipline-based councils: community engagement, communication,
  development, education, technology, production, programming and
  management resources. 
    Click through for your council, or contact the NETA liaison: 

  Councils help designs the annual conference content, produce periodic
  conference calls on timely topics, and acts as a sounding board on
  matters of system importance.    

    Skills & Tools for Our Members
    There is usually a conference call, a seminar, or a workshop on tap
  for public television professionals, no matter where you are in the
  organization chart. See the Webinar archive (above) for the latest.       
Our annual meeting is a gathering of public broadcasting people from
  stations, national organizations, and related companies.  The agenda is
  typically packed with informative presentations, thoughtful discussions,
  peer networking, demonstrations of new media, and great speakers.
    The NETA Awards
     NETA's members produce some of the finest work in promotion,
   program production, outreach, and instructional media. We have proof!
   Just look at the latest set of winners!

   The yearly Call for Entries nets nearly 300 projects, and the winners
   are announced at the NETA Conference in September.


     updated June 15, 2016
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