Events & Webinars
PBS NewsHour Student Reporting Labs (SRL) has selected four up-and-coming journalists from its nationwide network of high school broadcast programs to be honored at the NETA conference in Washington, DC.
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Holiday Tech Gift Guide
'Tis the season! Join us for our annual Holiday Tech Gift Guide on December 10 at 3pm ET. This favorite NETA Webinar is produced by senior technology trainers from the Utah Education Network. Led by Jared Covili, the team will show off the latest tech tools and toys that are all the rage this holiday season. Participants will also hear from special guest, NETA President Eric Hyyppa, who will share his favorite tech toys of 2019.This webinar is for NETA Members only. Register here.
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An Introduction to KET's Workplace Essential Skills
Learn about KET’s new Workplace Essential Skills online courses. This instructional resource teaches targeted language and math used in high-demand occupations. Content is contextualized within seven career fields. In addition, a soft skills course addresses professional behavior and communication, working with a team and critical thinking. Missed this webinar? Visit the archives below.RecordingDeck
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Making the Most of QPIs: From Content to Community
PBS shared the Roadmap to 2023, now what do we do? Join PBS, WETA, and Wisconsin Public Television to hear the plan from QPI’s to national production to local engagement. See how one station is using the Roadmap to plan and execute their activities for the coming years.Missed the webinar? Watch it here!
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Simulcasting: One Station's Approach
Wisconsin Public Television shares its approach to simulcasting. Topics to be discussed include hardware, software, audience engagement numbers, geo-restriction and how streaming when broadcast content was out of rights was handled.
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Copyright & You: A Primer So You Don't Get Sued
Tips on copyright laws
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Two public media organizations partner to create multi-channel professional development for the public media system as a whole.
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Election Issues for Public Broadcasters
From the Archive - Noted attorneys Larry Miller and Brad Deutsch of the Washington law firm Garvey Schubert Barer canvassed Equal Opportunities, the rule and the exceptions; broadcasting candidate debates, from the FCC and FEC perspectives; station on-air employees running for office; station employees involved in politics; IRS considerations; what is “Reasonable access” for federal candidates; the political file; underwriting by politicians or political organizations.
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Music Rights and Public TV
Thursday October 19 at 3:00 PM ET / 12 Noon PT:  The Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) has agreements with musical performance rights organizations (ASCAP, BMI, SESAC, others) that allow you to do anything you want with music, right?
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Steal These Ideas! Stem Outreach
It's always great to hear success stories from our sister stations, especially when we are able to STEAL THESE IDEAS and make them work for the communities we serve.
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