Talk:National Educational Television

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Everywhere but the Hoosier State[edit]

National Educational Television (PBS's predecessor) had afilliates in every state except Indiana. WFYI, Indianapolis's PBS station, went on the air AFTER NET went OFF the air. Indianapolis's never had the chance to watch the 1st episode of Mister Roger's Neighborhood (It occoured during the NET era which took place at a time when the hoosier state didn't had a public television station at all). Indianapolis and the state of Indiana came VERY LATE to public television.-- 02:06, 24 June 2006 (UTC)

NET in Bloomington and Vincennes?[edit]

According to articles for WTIU in Bloomington, which signed on in 1969, and WVUT in Vincennes, which signed on in 1967, programming from NET was being carried. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by (talk) 18:22, 27 February 2007 (UTC).