“For The Love of The Game,” an NET nostalgia program about Nebraska’s independent baseball leagues, won an Emmy Award in 2016 from the Heartland Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. Pictured: Producer Brock Lohr.
NET took top honors for the website "Concussion Recognition and Management" in the regional 2016 CINDY competition. Pictured from left are: David Barry, Jenni Johnson, John Beck, Patrick Bate, Chet Kincaid & Steve Exon.
NET and Harvest Public Media received a first-place national award during the Public Radio News Directors Inc. conference in 2017 for the series "Dangerous Jobs, Cheap Meat," in the investigative/enterprise news category. Pictured from left are: Brian Seifferlein, Grant Gerlock and Joe McMullen.
Bill Kelly, at left, receives the Chairman's Award from Jim Timm of the Nebraska Broadcasters Association in 2017 for his work helping to implement audio and video in Nebraska courts and training media across the state.
NET News Team earns 11 Nebraska Broadcasters Association awards in 2017. Pictured from left are: Dennis Kellogg, Fred Knapp, Grant Gerlock, Bill Kelly, Mike Tobias, Ariana Brocious & Jack Williams.

Nebraskans can be very proud of their statewide public broadcasting network.  NET is one of the most honored producers of exceptional public service Television and Radio broadcasting in the nation. A month seldom passes without recognition. For a list of more than 1,000 awards representing local, regional and national accolades, see NET Awards.

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NET Television's "Paleo Sleuths" earned a 2017 EMMY Award from the Heartland Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.  Pictured here from left are NET professionals:
Andy Bigham, Scott Beachler, Werner Althaus, Jim Lenertz, Justin Cheney, Gary Hochman, Chris Flanery, Tyler Kersting, Dan Smith and Gregory Brown, University of Nebraska State Museum paleontologist, retired.