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.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Educational_Television
The National Educational Television (NET) Collection consists of more than 10,000 television programs from non-commercial TV stations and producers from 1952-1972 on public affairs, social issues, arts, culture, the humanities, science, and education.
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NASA TV TVOntario The television medium can and has been used for a multitude of educational purposes. Some television programs are explicitly educational, while others only incidentally so. Some formats blend the two in the attempt to amuse but also retain some educational value. TV reforms for education-based programs
National Educational Television was an American non-commercial educational public television network in the United States from May 16, 1954 to October 4, 1970. It was replaced on October 5, 1970, by Public Broadcasting Service (PBS), its direct successor, which continues to the present. History
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.
PBS has over 350 member television stations, many owned by educational institutions, nonprofit groups both independent or affiliated with one particular local public school district or collegiate educational institution, or entities owned by or related to state government.  As of 2020, PBS has nearly 350 member stations around the United States.