Manhattan Community Media

  • Manhattan Community Media

    Manhattan Neighborhood Network is the country's largest community media center. We supply the training, equipment, facilities, and channels you need to create your own TV show. Get involved.

  • Expand your Mind in El Barrio

    MNN’s El Barrio Firehouse Community Media Center is a local hub for adults and youth interested in learning about media production, exploring El Barrio's rich culture and working for social justice. Learn more.

  • Create Engaging Media

    By enrolling in MNN's small, low-cost classes, Manhattan residents develop the skills they need to share their stories and create the best local programming on television. Register for classes today.

  • More Platforms Than Ever

    With 5 channels (and counting!) and live streaming, MNN provides community producers the opportunity to share their work with audiences in Manhattan and beyond. Watch Now.

     

  • Produce Your Own Television Show

    MNN’s professional equipment and state-of-the-art studios give community producers the space to create high-quality, broadcast-ready media. Explore our facilities.

News

MNN's two-part "Understanding Production Law" seminar with June Middleton will be held February 14th and February 28th, 6:30pm-9pm, at MNN's midtown facility on 537 West 59th Street. Part 1: February 14th 2013 6:30-9pm Intellectual Property a. Copyrights b. Trade Secrets c. Trademarks and Trade Dress d. Patents
"The Walter Banks Network," approaching its second decade, is an absolute classic. Banks writes, hosts and edits the show, a space drama involving humans of the past, present and future (Abe Lincoln among them) and their alien counterparts. The style is fragmented, as voice-overs and jump cuts appear almost at random, audio and video are frequently mismatched, etc. The resulting universe is cold and vaguely threatening, which is not a surprise since this started as a boxing show! Tune in every Friday at 5 PM on MNN3.
This week we bring you Pukekos TV , an offshoot of The BJ Rubin Show . Pukekos offers cool music videos of yore curated by BJ Rubin , a comedian and recording artist focused on one tag line: "It's not what hip, it's what's cool."
For this installment of Clip of the Week, we’d like to turn your attention to “Access for All,” an interview program dedicated to public issues and advocacy. Hosted by progressive blogger and author Heather Wokusch and produced by director and editor Gloria Messer, the show won a Hometown Media Award for Cultural Perspectives in June of this year.
Juan Gonzalez, co-host of MNN’s flagship program, “ Democracy Now! ,” is marking an exciting anniversary : For 25 years the investigative journalist has been digging up scoops and uncovering scandals as a muckraking http://www.nydai

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Represent NYC

Represent NYC

Represent NYC is a new weekly program that gives local elected officials and candidates the chance to update voters about the issues shaping the future of the city. 

Clip of the Week

Monday’s Boston Marathon marked the 50th anniversary of Kathrine Switzer’s historic run as the first woman to officially compete in the event, five years before women were allowed in the race. Hear her first-hand account of the day.

YC Spotlight

This week, Pope Francis stunned many by delivering a surprise TED talk. Watch YC footage of his 2015 visit to East Harlem.