Jan 14, 2011
Pubcasting exellence honored at NETA; KET gets innovation award
Twenty-three pubcasters took home 31 trophies from the annual NETA awards Thursday (Jan. 13) in Nashville. The luncheon presentations kicked off with the special NETA Education Board's Enterprise and Innovation Award, which went to KET’s Executive Director Shae Hopkins and the KET education division for their "exemplary success in delivering education services to generations of students, teachers, parents, and care providers throughout the state of Kentucky," even in the midst of a tight budget. KET also scored a win for its instructional media. In addition to that category, honors are presented for content production, promotion and community engagement. There's a list of all the honorees on the NETA confab blog. Also, if you couldn't attend or were there but missed a session, the blog offers a good, detailed rundown of all the action.
Posted by Dru at 2:00 PM