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Your investment goes a long way toward supporting quality programming on NET Television and NET Radio – and we thank you for that!  Together let's Inspire Nebraska! Member Benefits: NET MemberCard – The MemberCard is an exclusive... more››
NET hosted a special sneak preview screening of the new Masterpiece series Wolf Hall on Sunday, March 22nd at NET Studios in Lincoln. Wolf Hall is based on Hilary Mantel's best selling novels Wolf Hall and Bring Up the Bodies.... more››
NET and The Nature Conservancy-Nebraska hosted a special screening and discussion event focused on the PBS series Earth: A New Wild and the Platte Basin Timelapse project on March 4, 2015.Guests had the opportunity to engage in a... more››
NET members were given the opportunity to attend meet and greet sessions before the recent Celtic Thunder concerts on February 17th in Kearney and February 21st in Omaha. These sessions offered fans the chance to ask Celtic... more››
NET members and fans of “Downton Abbey” previewed the first episode of Season 5 at special events Dec. 7, in Omaha, Lincoln and Scottsbluff.For those who attended the Lincoln event, Click Here to access the pictures in front of... more››

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When Hal and Mary Holoun sit down at the end of the day to watch television on their new flat screen, invariably the channel is set to NET Television.

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We've been travelling in quite a few states in the past six months. Nebraska is the only one where we can listen to public radio nearly anywhere in the state.
- Glenn and Patricia, Seward NE