NETA webinars allow our members to participate in engaging discussions ton a variety of topics to increase skills and strengthen the long-term commitment to public media's education mission. We work closely with thought leaders throughout the system, including our PLC Executive Committees, to produce timely and content-rich online events.
Archived NETA webinars and all associating materials can be found on publicmedialearns.org.
Dive into the exciting world of on-air promotions in the NETA Webinar Creating Promos That Stick.
Join Rob Elliot, on-air image/promotions manager for KET, for a dynamic discussion on shaping your promo's content with a clean and easily understood edit. Rediscover the importance of content comprehension, articulating your message, and identifying your audience, while exploring diverse strategies to captivate viewer attention.
Next, Bo Dodge, promotions producer/director at Iowa PBS, takes the stage with a hands-on tutorial on creating a motion graphics template (mogrt) in After Effects and applying it in Premiere.
This session provides a perfect blend of theory and practical knowledge, ensuring you walk away with a strong foundation in on-air promotion creation. So, get ready to craft engaging promos, steer clear of common errors, and make your mark in media.
Presented by the MarCom and Content NETA Peer Learning Communities.
Join the Education PLC for an informal discussion and brainstorming session about how to engage with your community during the Back to School season! We want to talk about materials, events, promotions and more. Bring a question to ask and an idea to share to get the most out of this informal discussion session.
The community engagement work of public media stations is a core part of our mission, but is your story being told effectively? This webinar will discuss methods of telling the story of your station's community engagement efforts both internally and externally. On-air spots, printed material, community partners, board of directors/community advisory boards, station staff, and social media.
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Tuesdays, April 4, 11 & 18 | 3-4:30 PM ET
No one has time these days to start new projects. We can't find time; we have to make time. This new Public Media Learns three-part mastermind course will teach you how to increase your capacity and allow you to share your tips for getting things done and hear your colleagues' secrets to time management.
Could it be that many of us have failed to expand our potential because we have allowed what we perceive as capacity to define us? What if our limits are not really our limits?
Join us for a deep dive into the Public Media Learns (PML) platform. PML is the latest tool essential for everyone in public media, no matter their area of discipline. PML offers a collaborative space for NETA member stations to experience community and expand the skills needed to further the mission of public media.
Thursdays, Feb. 28, Mar. 28, Apr. 27 & May 25, 2023 | 2-3 PM ET
In our current world, protection of individual, corporate, and organizational information assets is essential. The concepts of cyber hacking and cyber attacks are becoming more evident. With the new remote to hybrid work environment, these issues are even more prevalent!
Is your latest production ready for broadcast? Would you like a refresher on broadcast levels, caption placement, and other things needed to ensure your media is legal for local broadcast and ideal for national distribution?
Join us for a presentation by Pillar To Post as they give an overview on how to make sure your production passes technical evaluation on the first try. Register now.
So, you’ve created a beautiful documentary/spot/podcast and chosen the perfect music to accompany it. Is it legal to use it for broadcast? Post it on Media Manager? How about on Facebook or YouTube? Join Lauren Koch, director of music copyright at PBS, as she explains what you can and can’t do. Register for the webinar.
In this webinar we’ll share how you can easily bring youth created stories into your programming though Youth Media Challenge student submissions. We’ll demonstrate the submission site, walk through the workflow for airing and sharing stories, and highlight how stations are elevating local youth voices in a variety of broadcast and digital programs. Register here.
Are you new to public media and confused about what is and isn’t allowed in regards to on-air underwriting spots? Are you a long-timer who would like a refresher? Attorneys from the law firm of Fletcher, Heald & Hildreth, PLC will present an overview of current FCC rules and answer your questions. Register here.