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Help reach the goal of $155,750 to pay for Car Talk, Morning Concert, Friday Live, Fresh Air, NET News and all of the...

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Over 60% of NET Radio's revenue comes from listeners and other private support.

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In Nebraska’s race for governor, the candidates face questions like how to improve education, what to do about the state’s prison system, and how they think they’ll do on Election Day.Democrat Chuck Hassebrook, Republican Pete Ricketts, and... more››

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Award winning coverage of Nebraska issues on NET Radio, NET Television and NET News On-Line. There's more to the story.
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This week on All About Books~ “South Pass” a history of the ancient route through the Rocky Mountains rediscovered by fur... more››
On the October 24th program, Genevieve Randall previews:the next concerts by Lincoln's Symphony Orchestra and Lincoln Choral... more››
Your NET Radio Day Sponsorship announcement will air 5 times on the day of your choice between the hours of 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. ... more››
Listeners choose the classical music to be played on Friday afternoons, 1:00-4:00 CT.  Lora Black takes requests on Thursday... more››
In October, Nebraska Concerts brings you three programs featuring four concerts.10/5 - Omaha Symphony.10/12 - The Nebraska Brass... more››
Humanities in the news: stories about Nebraska's past, present, and future
Courts and Cops
Bill Kelly of NET News writes about Nebraska's judicial system and law enforcement in the state.  He includes interesting news... more››
You can listen to NET Radio across Nebraska. Take a look at our coverage area.
The Verge
Classical music with a twist. Music that knows no boundaries.
Nebraska 2014 U.S. Senate Debate
Candidates for U.S. Senate participate in a 90-minute debate from North Platte High School.
An American doctor infected with the Ebola virus arrived in Omaha for treatment this morning. Dr. Mark Rupp of the Nebraska Med... more››