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Financial support from individuals, businesses and organizations enables NET Television and NET Radio to produce and broadcast programming that educates, entertains and inspires.

A 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, the NET Foundation for Television serves as NET Television’s tax-deductible fundraising agent. A separate 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, the NET Foundation for Radio serves as the tax-deductible fundraising agent for NET Radio.

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INSIDE NET Magazine
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Our monthly magazine features prime time program listings, sports highlights, upcoming events, donor profiles and more. NET offers a printed copy of INSIDE NET as a thank you benefit to members. Become a member today!
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 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››
The Right Honorable Countess of Carnavon, the real mistress of Downton Abbey, spoke at the 11th Annual Lauritzen Gardens Antique and Garden Show on Sept. 19 in Omaha. She entertained NET members and Downton Abbey fans with... more››
NET General Manager and CEO Mark Leonard hosted an Open House on August 16 at the NET Studios.  Guests had the opportunity to meet on-air personalities and news reporters and tour the Remote Truck. The event was held to celebrate... more››
More than 75 members of NET's Sports Partners Club got a preview of the upcoming Husker season and an overview of NET Sports at the 6th Annual Sports Partners Breakfast on August 9th. Special guests include Dr. Jamie Williams,... more››
The dedication of the Ron Hull Studio in recognition of his 60 years of service to NET and Nebraska.

donor spotlight

Few individuals have had a bigger impact on Central Nebraska than the late Carol Cope, who died in September on her 103rd birthday.

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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