Generations of Nebraska Warriors:  War
WHAT’S WAR LIKE?… Our special reporting for our “Generations of Nebraska Warriors” project begins today on NET Radio, NET1 Television and the NET News website, with Nebraska veterans sharing their stories of being in a combat environment.  You can find our Signature Story from today, video extras and links to resources for veterans on our special website:  http://bit.ly/1pMNErF. The one hour television program premieres tonight at 9 p.m. CT on NET-1. 

Generations of Nebraska Warriors:  War

WHAT’S WAR LIKE?… Our special reporting for our “Generations of Nebraska Warriors” project begins today on NET Radio, NET1 Television and the NET News website, with Nebraska veterans sharing their stories of being in a combat environment.  You can find our Signature Story from today, video extras and links to resources for veterans on our special website:  http://bit.ly/1pMNErF. The one hour television program premieres tonight at 9 p.m. CT on NET-1. 

Generations of Nebraska Warriors
Nebraska combat veterans from Korea to Afghanistan talk about war and how it’s changed their lives in a powerful new NET News (Nebraska) project, “Generations of Nebraska Warriors.” The one hour television program premieres Monday, Aug. 18 at 9 p.m. CT on NET1; radio stories air Aug. 18-20 on NET Radio. Check out the web page for the project:  http://www.netnebraska.org/warriors   Here’s a short video preview:  http://bit.ly/1ysvYDz.

Generations of Nebraska Warriors

Nebraska combat veterans from Korea to Afghanistan talk about war and how it’s changed their lives in a powerful new NET News (Nebraska) project, “Generations of Nebraska Warriors.” The one hour television program premieres Monday, Aug. 18 at 9 p.m. CT on NET1; radio stories air Aug. 18-20 on NET Radio. Check out the web page for the project:  http://www.netnebraska.org/warriors   Here’s a short video preview:  http://bit.ly/1ysvYDz.

NET News in association with the Nebraska Broadcasters Association will sponsor an October debate between candidates for Nebraska governor Pete Ricketts and Chuck Hassebrook. The debate will be held at the NET studios in Lincoln on October 2 at 7 p.m. CT and broadcast live on NET Television’s NET1, NET Radio and streamed live on the NET website. For more information:  http://bit.ly/1klembC

NET News in association with the Nebraska Broadcasters Association will sponsor an October debate between candidates for Nebraska governor Pete Ricketts and Chuck Hassebrook. The debate will be held at the NET studios in Lincoln on October 2 at 7 p.m. CT and broadcast live on NET Television’s NET1, NET Radio and streamed live on the NET website. For more information:  http://bit.ly/1klembC

The people of Pilger, Nebraska and Hallam, Nebraska have both been through devastating tornadoes.  Pilger this summer and Hallam ten years ago.  NET News reporters Ryan Robertson and Fred Knapp examine the rebuilding process in both towns in a special report "From Hallam to Pilger:  After the Tornado."  Both stories and more photos are on our website.   http://bit.ly/1ph0oUp and http://bit.ly/1nEZvJQ.