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Online Initiatives

WETA is committed to using the power of media in all its forms to offer information, resources and opportunities for people to connect. 

 

Social Media

Our audience is unique and expansive. We believe public broadcasting is a public service, and while our mission hasn't changed, the ways to connect with us continue to grow.  Here's how to connect with us and many of our properties on social meida. 

TV & Radio

Educational Resources

WETA National Productions

 

Blogs

Bloggers for WETA offer their thoughts on a variety of topics and invite your comments! The following blogs are available from WETA's various initiatives. 

Television Blogs

  • Telly Visions: Telly Visions is a British television and culture blog. Stop by for all the latest news on your favorite British dramas, mysteries and comedies - along with episode recaps, programming information and a bit of silly fun. 
  • Programmer's Choice: Programmer's Choice provides the latest in programming updates for WETA TV 26, WETA UK and WETA Kids, all straight from the programming department. 

History Blogs

  • Boundary Stones: Boundary Stones is a blog about local history in Washington, D.C., suburban Maryland and northern Virginia that looks to uncover interesting stories that have shaped or impacted our community over the years.

Education Blogs

  • Paige by Page: Reading Rockets' children's literature expert, Maria Salvadore, explores the best ways to use kids' books both inside - and outside - the classroom. 
  • Sound It Out: Each week, Joanne Meier shares her experiences raising her own young readers, and guides parents and teachers on the best practices in reading. 
 

Podcasts

Take WETA video and audiio with you! Podcasts are downloadable files that can be delivered automatically to your computer and then transferred to a mobile or portable device. Learn more by clicking the links below:

General Audience Podcasts

Educational Podcasts

 

Webcasts

WETA's Learning Media department offers an on-going series of webcasts for teacher professional development. Each webcast is available on-demand for viewing online and features a 45 - or 60-minute video program plus the presenters' PowerPoint slides. 

See available webcasts

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