Loving today's Clip of the Week from "The Kristal Hart Show"!
In this clip, Hart covers a dedication ceremony for the United States Postal Service's new Batman stamps series, honoring the iconic character's 75 years of existence. The ceremony was held in New York City, kicking off New York Comic Con 2014.
Hart's fun camera presence and excellent eye for detail makes for a colorful, informative episode that includes the exclusive art used for the new stamps along with fun commentary from co-publisher of DC Entertainment Dan DiDio, U.S.P.S. Art Director Greg Breeding and U.S.P.S, Chief Information Officer and Exectuive Vice President James Cochrane. The stamps represent four eras of...
It's been a big week at MNN-- particularly in our Training and Facilitation Department.
We've just welcomed twelve new instructors to our leading media education team. That means more media expertise in the house and, ultimately, more TV production classes, room for more Manhattan residents to get trained, more authentic NYC-based programming...more FUN!
Pictured left to right: Lee Manansala, Adam Golub, Elizabeth Downer, Dennis Hall, Michael Lantz, and Eric Shahinian. These talented folks are among the new instructors who will now be on hand to offer training, guidance and support to current and future MNN community producers. We couldn't be more excited to add them to the team.
Curious about the groundbreaking media training that takes place in MNN's state-of-the-art facilities? Come to our free, open Orientation on Thursday, November 13th from 1:00 to 3:00 pm or from 7:00 to 9:00 pm. Learn more!
Time for another edition of YC Spotlight - and we are loving the important issues MNN's Youth Channel producers have been covering!
Today's video: "#TotalEquityNow #RockThoseReads," a piece about a recent literacy awareness event in Harlem.
Last month, Total Equity Now, a local organization that works to advance educational excellence and equity through policy research, community organizing and youth leadership development, held its 3rd Annual Literacy Across Harlem March to promote reading and collaboration in the community. Particpants from Central Harlem and Spanish Harlem started at their respective parts of the community and met at Marcus Garvey Park. The Youth Channel followed the Spanish Harlem marchers, who started at La Casa Azul Bookstore, a community-oriented retail shop, advocacy hub and event space in the heart of El Barrio.