Several KET programs and resources nominated for national 2020 NETA awards
For Release: 12/01/20 5:26 PM
Several KET programs and educational resources recently were nominated as finalists for awards from the National Educational Telecommunications Association (NETA). The NETA awards honor public television’s best work in education, community engagement, and communications.
KET received the following nominations:
- Mental Health During COVID-19, KET’s professional development course, was nominated in the category COVID-19 Education.
- Preventing Suicide: A KET Forum, which explores the alarming rise in youth suicide and highlights the most effective strategies for prevention, was nominated in Content: Education/Schools.
- Spirit of Kentucky promotion was nominated in COVID-19 Marketing/Communications
- KET (Kentucky Educational Television) was nominated in Overall Excellence in Content.
- An Extraordinary Year was nominated in Overall Excellence in Marketing/Communications.
Award winners will be chosen at the 2021 NETA Conference, happening virtually in January.
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