Nebraska Educational Telecommunications (Organization)
Nebraska Educational Telecommunications (NET) is a network of PBS (Public Broadcasting Service) television stations and NPR (National Public Radio) radio stations operating in Nebraska.
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Originally part of the Nebraska Psychiatric Institute (NPI), Biomedical Communications (BMC) provided audio and visual services to colleges at the University of Nebraska Medical School (UNMC) from 1956 through 2003. In 1970, Biomedical Communications became a center under the direction of Dr. Reba A. Benschoter. BMC staff established two-way television communication across the state, initially through closed-circuit television, then later through satellite transmission. Center staff also...
Dates: Majority of material found within 1950-2000
Scope and Contents Reflections in Time is a series of 125 interviews produced from 1979 to 2007 with former UNO staff, faculty, and administrators. Of the 125 interviews in this series, the first 73 programs (1979-1991) were hosted by UNO Professor of Communication Paul Borge and the final 52 (2000-2007) were hosted by UNO Dean of Arts & Sciences Jack Newton. No episodes were produced between 1991 and 2000.Episodes from 1979-1991 were produced by KYNE-TV, in cooperation with the UNO Alumni...