In Remembrance: Bill Valentine
Arkansas native, dedicated AETN Foundation supporter and former Arkansas Travelers general manager Bill Valentine passed away April 26, 2015, at the age of 82. Mr. Valentine, always a force of nature and delight to work with, did outstanding work to help thousands of Arkansans view the best in educational programming as an AETN Foundation Board member and on-air personality. He will long be remembered and greatly missed.
What’s for Dinner? Find out in “Agri Arkansas” on April 26.
“It’s what’s for dinner.” So says the advertising campaign for the beef industry. In the April episode of “Agri Arkansas,” we’ll take a closer look at the beef cattle industry in Arkansas, then visit the Ratchford buffalo farming operation in Marshall.
Student Selects Films Entered in LRFF “Made in Arkansas” Competition
For the first time in the nine-year history of both Student Selects and the Little Rock Film Festival (LRFF), high school student filmmakers will be part of the “Made in Arkansas” Competition. Four student films — “Loser,” “The Pop N’ Lock,” “Pyro” and “Go to the Ball With Me, Jenny”- will compete alongside some of The Natural State’s best filmmakers May 11-17.
2015 AETN PBS KIDS Writers Contest Winners
After lots of thinking — a little bit of nail-biting, lots of giggling and some very tough decisions — we’re proud to announce the winners of the 2015 AETN PBS KIDS Writers Contest! Three winners from each grade have been selected, and each first place-winning story will be sent on to PBS KIDS to represent Arkansas in the national Writers Contest.
AETN Youth Academy 2015 - Get Ready for an Inventive Summer!
Starting to make summer plans for your family? Kids can learn how inventions can make make the world a better place in two AETN Youth Academy camps this summer! Sign up now to join us for free “Get Moving Challenge” camps in June and the “Speedy Shelter Challenge” camps in July.