WNET


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WNETWireless Network
WNETWindows Network
WNETWindows Networking
WNETWomen's Network for Entrepreneurial Training
WNETWireless Networks and Emerging Technologies (international conference)
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Dusek, senior managing director, represented WNET.ORG in the 15-year lease transaction.
VHS releases include such historic WNET productions as "Journey of the Fifth Horse," with Dustin Hoffman in his first starring role for TV (1966); "Hogan's Goat," with Faye Dunaway (1971); "King Lear," with James Earl Jones and Raul Julia (1974); and "Secret Service," with Meryl Streep in her television debut (1977).
Sponsorships are also limited to 15-second announcements (although some PBS stations such as KCET and WNET accept 30-second spots).
WNET is America's flagship PBS station and parent company of THIRTEEN and WLIW21.
What PBS and WNET ultimately wanted was an hour-long show, one that could maintain the time slot's long connection to New York.
Joining Leonard Merrill Kurz, President, Forest Creatures Foundation at the Opening Reception on April 30 at Weylin in the Williamsburg district of Brooklyn will be Neal Shapiro of WNET, a special presentation from Brooklyn Borough President Eric L.
Having served as chief executive of WNET, New York's public television station, for 20 years until 2008 Dr Baker asked artists there for tips on entrepreneurship to share with their counterparts in Bahrain.
Shanken Communications, publisher of Cigar Aficionado and Wine Spectator and public television company WNET.
On April 1, the 2nd Circuit upheld the district court's ruling 2-1 in WNET v.
The conference, which was presented by New York public television stations WNET and WLIW, brought together more than 10,000 educators from around the world to discuss ways to improve classroom teaching as well as other major issues in education.
The project also received developmental funding from the Corporation from Public Broadcasting and public television station WNET.