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    AETN...

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    ... Is Arkansas Educational Television Network.

    This particular ID came from KTEJ 20/19 Jonesboro, AR. 143 mi.

    I've also seen this type of 'one size fits all' ID used by other public TV stations.

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    Your TV gets 512 channels, but you go outside to use the bathroom.
    Your new TV is sitting on top of your old TV.
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    Your deer-stand has a TV antenna on it.
    Your cable provider has no idea that you exist."
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    I've seen KTEJ numerous times up here. Oklahoma does the same thing with "OETA", or the Oklahoma Educational Television Authority.

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    I've seen this type of identification on AETN, OETA, and WPT in Wisconsin.

    OETA station IDs would appear at the bottom of the screen if a program was in progress at the top of the hour.

    Kegan

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    You can add KET (KY Edu TV), APT (AL Pub TV) and MPB (MS Pub Bcast) to the list.

    Back in the analog days, Iowa Public TV also did a 'mass production' ID... Not sure if they still do.

    73, Ed NN2E
    Owner / Operator - Murphy's Law Test Site & Thunderstorm Proving Grounds
    "You Might Be a Redneck If...
    Your TV is on 24/7.
    Your TV has been permanently on for over a decade.
    The only time your TV is off is during a power outage.
    Your TV gets 512 channels, but you go outside to use the bathroom.
    Your new TV is sitting on top of your old TV.
    Your TV costs more than all of your other furniture.
    Your deer-stand has a TV antenna on it.
    Your cable provider has no idea that you exist."
    Jeff Foxworthy

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