Celebrate the power of reading, told through the prism of America’s 100 best-loved novels. Investigate how and why writers create their fictional worlds, how we as readers are affected by these stories, and what these 100 different books have to say about our diverse nation and our shared human experience.Learn More Vote Now 3 Download Booklet }
The Arkansas Educational Television Network in partnership with the Arkansas Activities Association will broadcast the 2018 2A-7A high school football state finals live from War Memorial Stadium beginning Friday, Nov. 30. Games will be available to watch online after broadcast.Learn More
AETN's online program schedule has new features to help make sure you never miss an episode! Visit aetn.org/schedule. Then, follow these steps:
Peruse the schedule, and make a plan to watch your favorites on AETN!
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With a rich 50-year history, AETN has become a flourishing public service media network, delivering educational resources on air, online and in person to Arkansas's most at-risk populations. We convene communities to discuss hard topics - depression, heat illness, domestic violence, AIDS, senior security - to find solutions. AETN delivers important, timely, educational programming and services to even the most rural areas of the state. Additionally, AETN bolsters public safety during crises by using datacasting, which converts a portion of the AETN broadcast signal into a public safety wireless delivery network for first responders.Visit ValueAETN.org
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