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Centralized Master Control from a Traffic Perspective
"Centralized Master Control from the Traffic Perspective" will provide you with insights from your knowledgeable peers who have already made the transition.  They can tell you best how to prepare for the change, and what you'll need to make things work smoothly from day one.
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Bright by Text: Rocky Mountain Texting Project
What if you could reach the parents and caregivers in your audience with child development tips just by texting them? The New Generation Initiative is a partnership among seven public television stations led by Rocky Mountain PBS and a collaborative text message platform developed by Colorado nonprofit Bright By Three. Bright by Text: Rocky Mountain PTV Texting Project
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PBS Recap 2017 Annual Conference
webinar and hear what they have to say about the PBS Brandmasters session, learn about the new season of Masterpiece, Ken Burns' Vietnam, the new kids series Pinkalicious and much more.  They'll tell you where to find links to resources from the entire meeting too.
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Promoting Your 24/7 PBS Kids Channel
The new 24/7 PBS KIDS channel was launched in mid-January, delivering popular favorites Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood, Odd Squad, Wild Kratts and Dinosaur Train; the new series Nature Cat, and Ready Jet Go!; and Splash and Bubbles via broadcast and digital streaming.
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Partnering with Radio
At WCTE, Hannah Rawiszer, director of education and community engagement, and Cindy Putman, the Ready To Learn project manager, are taking it to the airways in the Upper Cumberland of Tennessee.        
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Droning On!
The rules of aerial photography have recently changed. Find out what your production team needs to know before taking to the skies.
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Informing the Public During Emergencies
Ice storm. Hurricane. Mass shootings. Chemical spills. When public safety is at stake, public broadcasters have an important role to play.
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Passport to Success
Public television’s member-only video library, Passport, has become a great promotional tool for station membership.  Passport features both PBS and select local programming that allows station donors and supporters to watch even more episodes of their favorite shows. Passport is a key step in building relationships and cultivating members in the digital media age.
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Producing Interactive Lessons for PBS LearningMedia
As part of 2017 grant activities, six stations/producers can apply to receive stipends to develop new lessons for PBS LearningMedia™.  Take part in this free NETA webinar because our presenters have information on platform upgrades and innovations that are being implemented as part of their CPB grant.
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The Vietnam War
Join WETA’s Amy Labenski, Wisconsin Public Television’s Malcolm Brett, and recipients from WETA’s first VIETNAM WAR grant for an overview of resources, ideas for inexpensive community engagement, and plenty of food for thought.   
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For more information about the NETA Peer Learning Communities, please contact

Rachel Morrison Parsons

Senior Director, Education Strategy

803-978-1578