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The New ASU Story:
Community, Collaboration and Partnership

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KAET-TV's first broadcast from ASU in 1961 was commercial-free educational programming. The programs included tele-courses for credit; studio cultural programs; and educational and cultural films on video that would reach 50% of the Arizona population, 25 hours a week. KAET was the 52nd educational channel in the United States. Public television continues to be a significant community collaboration for ASU, opening a door to diverse cultural experiences.
KAET-TV Public Programming, 1960s

KAET-TV Public Programming

For more information on KAET-TV, please visit:http://www.kaet.asu.edu/

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