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              The 2016 NETA Award Winners 
The 2016 NETA Awards were presented to 24 projects from 17 public television stations September 19th at the annual NETA Conference in Baltimore, Maryland. 

The competition, first organized in 1968, honors member stations' finest  work in community engagement, promotion, instructional media, and content production. 
And the 2016 winners are:                          (Press release/PDF)

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 The NETA Awards
 Past Honorees
  Community Engagement
KLRU, Play to Learn - Based on a Local Project
WHRO, Wall of Faces - Based on a National Project
Vegas PBS, Described and Captioned Media Center - Community Impact
KLRU, An Eastside Education - Online/Social Media
  Instructional Media
KET, News Quiz - Broadcast Program
WYES, We're All in This Together: How Students Like You Helped Win WWII - An Electronic Field Trip - Discrete Learning Object
WNET, American Masters Legacy Project - Discrete Learning Object
KET, Exploraciones - Teacher Resource
WNET, Mission US: City of Immigrants - Online Educational Resource
OPB, Portland Civil Rights: Lift Ev'ry Voice - Documentary
West Virginia Public Broadcasting, Jay: A Rockefeller's Journey  
- Documentary
WHRO, The Scene - Local Culture
Nebraska Educational Telecommunications, Choice Cuts: Meat in America - News & Public Affairs
MontanaPBS, 11th & Grant with Eric Funk - Performance
UNC-TV, Our State: The Story of Virginia Johnson - Performance
WEDU, Nik Wallenda - Short Form
WHRO, Workplace Readiness Videos - Short Form
Vegas PBS, Wall of Faces Campaign - Multi-Media Campaign
Basin PBSChristmas Inspired by Downton Abbey - Print Design
UNC-TV, CenterPiece Magazine Coloring Cover - Print Design
WKAR, Fall Sizzle Reel -  Single Video
Iowa Public Television, 2015 Iowa State Fair - Special Event
South Dakota Public Broadcasting, Learn. Dream. Grow
Video Campaign
Nashville Public Television, Do Your Part for NPT - Video Campaign

The NETA Awards are annual recognition of public broadcasting’s finest work, a tradition established in the 1960s by the pioneering Southern Educational Communications Association from which NETA was formed.

NETA is a professional association organized in 1997 to serve and support public television licensees and affiliated educational organizations.  The organization has member stations in 43 states, the District of Columbia, and the Virgin Islands.

See for more information about NETA.