Idaho Public Television brought home six awards from the annual conference of the National Educational Telecommunications Association (NETA) in Norfolk, VA. The awards, presented on Friday, January 26, were among 38 prizes awarded to 23 television stations.
IdahoPTV took home six top awards, more than any other public television station in the country.
In the Instructional Media category, IdahoPTV won an award for "The Social Code," a locally produced instructional program and two for the monthly series, Dialogue for Kids.
The print design for "Rosalie Sorrels: Way Out in Idaho" and the Web site for Idaho Reports 2006 won awards in the Promotion category.
"Silver Valley Rising," a joint production of IdahoPTVÂ¹s Outdoor Idaho and Dialogue series, was recognized in the Program Production category.
The NETA Awards annually recognize member-produced excellence in public broadcasting.
NETA is a professional association that serves public television licensees and affiliated educational organizations.
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