We can guide you through the national distribution process and make your show available to every public television station in the country. Professional Development In NETA's peer learning communities, connect with your counterparts in education, content and community engagement at stations all over the country.
The National Educational Telecommunications Association (NETA) is one of the nation's leading service organizations strengthening and amplifying public media's education mission. We are a 501(c)(3) membership organization providing leadership, support, and services to individual public media licensees, their affinity groups, and the public ...
For Producers. NETA offers a simple, nationwide program distribution service to our members, public television stations, and independent producers. The NETA Program Service delivers 1,200+ program hours a year to every CSG-qualified public television licensee in the United States.
Membership in NETA brings countless benefits to you and your station including access to the NETA Peer Learning Communities, member-only webinars, Public Media Learns professional development platform, Public Media Awards submission, reduced program distribution rates and a seat on the NETA Board of Directors. Corporate Membership
NETA Program Distribution is an efficient and cost-effective way to make your program available nationally to public television. Our team of life-long public television professionals will work with you to ensure your program meets all technical and editorial guidelines and present and promote it to public television stations across the country.
NETA delivers educational programming and services to public television stations across the country. Our collection of educational programming offers a range of topics for learners and many include educational resources to help extend learning at home or in the classroom.
National Educational Television (NET) was an American educational broadcast television network owned by the Ford Foundation and later co-owned by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. It operated from May 16, 1954, to October 4, 1970, and was succeeded by the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS), which has memberships with many television ...