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Thursday, Jan. 5 at 8 p.m. CT on NET The harsh reality is that every day in Nebraska, there’s sex for sale. Although it’s difficult to quantify, research shows it could be hundreds of people each month. The newest documentary from NET News, Sold for Sex: Trafficking in Nebraska, reveals an ugly industry whose victims are mostly female and often children. NET News shows how the “selling” and “shopping” happens in Nebraska’s commercial sex industry, identifies “hot spots” in urban and rural communities, and explores the role Interstate 80 and high-profile events play in trafficking. Sold for Sex: Trafficking in Nebraska also identifies efforts to support victims and survivors, and tells the emotional story of a woman who is healing after she was swept into sex trafficking as a vulnerable young girl.

More Ways to Watch NET You have a choice. You don’t have to subscribe to cable or satellite services to enjoy watching television. Since NET signed on the air in 1954, you’ve been able to watch our programming with a simple, over-theair antenna. Today our first channel, plus two others (NET World and NET Create), are available exactly the same way. Many viewers have reported to us that NET’s free, over-the-air signal quality is superior to cable or satellite reception. In fact, two of our program channels (NET and NET World) are broadcast over-theair in high-definition. If you ONLY want to watch free, over-the-air broadcast television, you only need a home antenna.

A basic set-up might include:

· Home antenna to access free, over-the- air TV signals · Streaming device (Smart TV or other · · ·

streaming media player) to access online services such as Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime, Roku, Apple TV, Chromecast, Amazon Fire or NET Passport A DVR to record programming Access to a strong internet signal Possibly an upgraded modem/router

For viewers looking for free, over-theair reception of NET’s three program channels, we will be adding additional information and resource materials to the NET website.

If you want to watch over-the-air television Visit netNebraska.org/tvchannels or call AND specialty channels (sports, movies, our Help Desk at 800-698-3426 during etc.) you will need additional equipment to business hours. make it possible.

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