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 National Educational Television - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
National Educational Television (NET for short) was an educational television network in the USA from 1952 until 1970 and was the predecessor of the Public Broadcasting Service.
The NET acronym has since been revived twice -- first in the 1990s, as National Empowerment Television, a political talk network that has since gone silent; and in 2005, when Nebraska ETV and Nebraska Public Radio was united under a single name: Nebraska Educational Telecommunications.
The color NET logo was incorporated into a model building at the beginning and end of Mister Rogers' Neighborhood from 1969 to 1970.
www.wikipedia.org /wiki/National_Educational_Television   (544 words)

  
 National Education Television Center
Funded primarily by Ford Foundation grants, NET was established in 1952 to assist in the creation and maintenance of an educational television service complementary to the entertainment-centered services available through commercial stations.
The legacy that NET left behind included the development of a national system of public television stations and a history of innovative programming.
The Expanding Vista: American Television in the Kennedy Years.
www.museum.tv /archives/etv/N/htmlN/nationaleduc/nationaleduc.htm   (1092 words)

  
 CHAPT4.DOC
NET and the beginning of educational broadcasting in the United States The idea for an American public television broadcasting network emerged in the post-World War II era, a period in which public concern over national unity was raised in response to the political threats of the Cold War, the Korean conflict, and McCarthyism.
NET was a private organization created and funded by the Ford Foundation Fund for Adult Education to serve as a national program clearing house and exchange center for educational television stations.
NET was the first organization that attempted to develop a national presence for educational television, and was the only institution that successfully managed program production, acquisition, and distribution on the national level.
www.indiana.edu /~t311/CHAPT4.DOC   (11123 words)

  
 PBPB Public Broadcasting PolicyBase
Educational Television Stations, a division of the National Association of Educational Broadcasters, has recently developed the ETS program service, a second source of general programing for stations.
This is not to propose Federal support for all of educational television, but it is to suggest that we examine the areas in which the Federal Government can assist, as we have assisted in elementary, secondary and higher education, vocational rehabilitation, and other specialized fields.
(d) More educational television stations, after several years, have investments of between $400,000 and $500,000 each in broadcast properties.
www.current.org /pbpb/legislation/ETVProgressRept1965.html   (2928 words)

  
 Library of Congress, Collections Overviews: Special Collections: Television
Television programs (1949-present) exist mostly in 16mm kinescope negative and print, with videotape formats beginning in May, 1974 (new programs continue to be received).
The research strength of the Library's television collection is the size and scope of its holdings of American television, which are the largest in the nation.
Also documented is the lack of copyrighted television material in the early years; only 13 selections from copyright registrations were made in 1950, compared with over 3,000 in 1980.
www.loc.gov /acq/devpol/colloverviews/television.html   (907 words)

  
 Educational Television in India
Television may be used along with other media in distance education for interaction and to support learning materials, depending on the educational system and desired outcomes.
Initially they were telecast on Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 6.30 to 7.00 A.M through the national network of Doordarshan with an aim to provide tele-counselling to students of open universities in remote areas.
Bates, A. (1983) Adult learning from educational television: The Open University experience.
tojde.anadolu.edu.tr /tojde8/articles/educationaltv.htm   (3408 words)

  
 National Endowment for Children's Educational Television
NTIA's National Endowment For Children's Educational Television was funded from 1993 to 1995 to support the creation and production of television programming that enhances the education of children.
National Endowment for Children's Educational Television Office of Telecommunications and Information Applications National Telecommunications and Information Administration U.S. Department of Commerce 14th and Constitution Avenue, N.W., Room 4096 Washington, DC 20230
Many of these recipients have developed success children's television programs and series that are broadcast by public television stations across the nation.
www.ntia.doc.gov /otiahome/necet/necethm.html   (228 words)

  
 NTW America, Inc.
Disillusioned with his life in television he tries to talk things over with director Fred Barzyk who is in the middle of a studio shoot involving singing and dancing children and teenagers.
This appears to have been broadcast as part of NET's "Playhouse." It was created when David Silver, Jean Shepherd, and the ZONE collective were Rockefeller Artists-in-Television.
In this drama, David Silver, the host of a fairly successful public television talk show travels around America searching for something intangible, leaving his wife and their infant child behind.
main.wgbh.org /wgbh/NTW/FA/TITLES/America379.HTML   (262 words)

  
 WNET - Art History Online Reference and Guide
In 1961 Channel 13's owner Atlantic Television sold the station to the Educational Broadcasting Corporation, a not for profit company, which converted Channel 13 to a non-commercial/educational station affiliated with the National Educational Television service.
WNET Channel 13 is an American television station licensed by the FCC to serve Newark, New Jersey.
The station eventually moved its operations to New York City, New York, where most television stations and television networks were based.
www.arthistoryclub.com /art_history/WNET   (305 words)

  
 :: KETC Channel 9 ::
National Educational Television and Radio (later National Educational Television) is established to provide national programming for educational stations.
Louis Mayor James Darst appoints a committee on educational television to draft a proposal for Channel 9.
Missouri Public Television Act passed by the Missouri Legislature, making available the appropriation of funds to use as grants to the four Missouri public television stations.
www.ketc.org /2k4beta/inside/inside_aboutKETC_timeline.asp   (1408 words)

  
 FNF:  EDUCATIONAL TELEVISION:  COSTS and COST-EFFECTIVENESS        2001-04-01
The future success of cable television in the classroom is largely dependent upon continued congressional mandates which reserve a portion of the air-waves for non-commercial and educational uses.
For example, four rural school districts used interactive cable television to link classrooms and teach advanced high school courses which would have been prohibitively expensive for any one system to offer alone (Robinson, 1985).
Generally, the results of the research almost always show positive academic and attitudinal effects from the use of educational technology.
www.hi.is /~joner/eaps/wh_edtel.htm   (1144 words)

  
 NPBA - National Educational Television (NET): Subject Description, UM Libraries
Schwarzwalder, John C. "Educational Television and the Sense of Urgency" July 16, 1959.
The People Look at Educational Television: A Report of Nine Representative ETV Stations.
The Politics of Interconnection: A History of Public Television at the National Level.
www.lib.umd.edu /NPBA/subinfo/net.html   (725 words)

  
 Penthouse 10: Television
In 1967, National Educational Television (PBS, in a later incarnation) carried President Johnson's State of the Union address.
Television movies, which are perhaps the most endangered species of Hollywo
After 22 years on television, the curtain closed on The Original Amateur Hour on CBS in 1970.
natpe.blogs.com /ph10/television   (5573 words)

  
 Logo Variants Listing (Movies)
A male announcer says "This is NET, the National Educational Television network." The respective words appear on screen one by one.
The network started out as The Educational Television and Radio Center in 1952, and later became The National Educational Television and Radio Center in 1959.
There was also a seldom seen opening version in their early color years with this spiel: "The following program is from NET, the National Educational Television network."
members.fortunecity.com /teamfx2000/media/logodescription/misc_tv/pbs.htm   (1663 words)

  
 Educational Television, Videos, & DVDs
National Geographic Explorer is a television version of the magazine.
Cable in the Classroom Online includes info on how to subscribe to this magazine, links to web sites of various educational tv channels& their shows & a search function to find out if anything is on that may tie in with your unit& when to watch it.
A+ Educational Video Rentals allows you to rent up to 3 videos at a time for a flat monthly fee of $23.99.
www.geocities.com /Athens/8259/edtv.html   (1588 words)

  
 Pittsburgh Educational Television -- home page
Pittsburgh Educational Television (PET), established in 1996, is a not-for-profit corporation dedicated to the production of alternative programs in Pittsburgh for local and national distribution.
Jerry Starr, President, Pittsburgh Educational Television (PET), is pleased to announce the launch of a new public affairs television program, Homefront.
Nationally, Homefront airs on the Free Speech TV Network of The Dish (Echo Star) satellite service (9 million viewers), as well as affiliated public access stations across the country.
www.pittedtv.org   (804 words)

  
 EdTech'88 Proceedings: Greig and Hedberg - a national educational television network for Australia
First of all, for many years it was assumed that the ABC was responsible for educational television.
Public Educational Television will be no different, except that it will probably be cheaper.
The combination of all these circumstances seems to show that the time is now ripe for an Educational Television network.
www.aset.org.au /confs/edtech88/greig.html   (1799 words)

  
 Interview with Buzz Anderson
(r.) in his Phoenix, Ariz., home where unprecedented interview for hour-long TV documentary was made for distribution by National Educational Television channels, Dec. 7 and Dec. 21.
(The following is the second section of excerpts from an unusual exclusive interview granted to the National Educational Television Network by the Honorable Elijah Muhammad, The series of interviews took place in Phoenix Arizona, and were conducted over a period of several days, by the staff San Francisco station KQED.
They are scheduled to be presented over Network stations on Dec.7, and Dec.21.However for Muhammad Speaks readers, we have been granted permission to bring you excerpts from sections of that historic interview.)
www.muhammadspeaks.com /Buzz.html   (1741 words)

  
 Secretary Rusk Interview by Paul Niven, Televised from the Department of State to 75 Affiliated Stations of National Educational Television on May 5, 1967; "A Conversation with Dean Rusk," Department of State Bulletin, May 22, 1967, p. 774.
Secretary Rusk Interview by Paul Niven, Televised from the Department of State to 75 Affiliated Stations of National Educational Television on May 5, 1967; "A Conversation with Dean Rusk," Department of State Bulletin, May 22, 1967, p.
I think there is a general recognition in the world that a nuclear exchange does not make sense, that sending massed divisions across national frontiers is pretty reckless today.
If we get this problem of these 'wars of national liberation' under reasonable control, then maybe we can look forward to a period of relative peace, although there will continue to be quarrels and neighborhood disputes and plenty of business for the Security Council of the United Nations."
www.mtholyoke.edu /acad/intrel/pentagon4/ps37.htm   (594 words)

  
 IGNOU to launch educational television channel soon
HYDERABAD, DECEMBER 5: `DD-Gnanadarshan', an exclusive 16-hours-a-day national educational television channel of the Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU), would become operational, initially through test transmission mode, by the end of this month.
IGNOU Vice-Chancellor and Distance Education Council chairman Prof A W Khan told reporters here on Saturday that the channel would function as a national co-operative venture with IGNOU playing the role of a nodal agency.
All the open universities, distance education institutions and other allied agencies in various States would participate in it.
www.expressindia.com /ie/daily/19991206/ina06023.html   (143 words)

  
 Schramm (1977) The impact of educational television: Selected studies from the research sponsored by the National Educational Television and Radio Center
The impact of educational television: Selected studies from the research sponsored by the National Educational Television and Radio Center
Schramm (1977) The impact of educational television: Selected studies from the research sponsored by the National Educational Television and Radio Center
www.getcited.org /pub/101758245   (48 words)

  
 Playbill Features: STAGE TO SCREEN: Channel Surfing
That’s when the Ford Foundation set up the National Educational Television project, which became known as NET, the forerunner to today’s public television and the progenitor of New York’s Channel 13 (WNET).
Former Royal National Theater director Sir Richard Eyre hosts the show, which has already aired (in a slightly altered state) in England and is tentatively aired for a U.S. broadcast this summer.
Broadway Television Network (BTN) premiered its first pay-per-view Broadway show last year with Smokey Joe’s Cafe, and the numbers were sufficiently disappointing that the company has never fessed up about them.
www.playbill.com /features/article/66459.html   (1048 words)

  
 NETAOnline - Information and support for all public television professionals
NETAOnline is a service of the National Educational Telecommunications Association.
NETAOnline - Information and support for all public television professionals
www.netaonline.org   (56 words)

  
 NATIONAL EDUCATIONAL TELEVISION.
The origins and implementation of NET are examined, and the pioneering work of the network is praised; problems of funding, programming and audience research are discussed in detail.
PAGE LENGTHS, FOOTNOTES AND BIBLIOGRAPHIC REFERENCES: The title of the paper, usually typed in capital letters, is followed by a brief description of the paper and a specification of text page length (NOT including the bibliography or endnote pages), number of footnotes or citations, and number of bibliographic references.
www.academictermpapers.com /abstracts/2000/02078.html   (140 words)

  
 HealthyAging.net: The Official Site of the Healthy Aging Campaign
Educational Television Network, Inc. is a 501C3 not-for-profit corporation.
is a US registered trademark licensed to Educational Television Network, Inc.
Campaign — a national ongoing health promotion designed to broaden awareness of the positive aspects of aging and to provide information and inspiration for adults, age 50+, to improve their physical, mental, social, and financial fitness.
www.healthyaging.net   (88 words)

  
 NPBA - Public Broadcasting Timeline: 1960-1969, UM Libraries
Ford Foundation announces it would not be the sole backer of network services of the National Educational Television and Radio Center.
NET Television, Inc. created out of previously held Ann Arbor assets (history of National Educational Television)
Eastern Educational Network (EEN): contracts with the U.S. Office of Education to form the Northeastern Regional Instructional Television Library Project.
www.lib.umd.edu /UMCP/NPBA/time/1960.html   (1632 words)

  
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