News and Views

As the country's largest community media center, MNN proudly cablecasts over 10,000 hours of locally created programming every year. This fall, we're unrolling three new initiatives that showcase local communities, share independent political news and views, and make MNN programs available to a wider audience! The NYXT big thing in New York City MNN is pleased to announce the launch of...
A New York Showdown Takes Center Stage! As the race to the White House between two New Yorkers heats up, Democracy Now!'s "Expanding the Debate" 2016 U.S. presidential debate coverage includes two special programs that you can catch on MNNHD! Monday, 9/26 from 8:30 pm - 11:30 pm : Watch the much-anticipated first presidential debate between Trump and Clinton as they face off on...

In June, Mayor Bill deBlasio signed Intro 775-A into law. The law imposes stricter deadlines on the Landmarks Preservation Commission and gives additional power to property owners. Many of the city's largest preservation groups claim it guts the landmark laws created in 1965 and fear it will make attaining landmark status extremely difficult. This Sunday, NYS Assembly member Richard Gottfried...
In this pivotal election season, independent media matters more than ever. And Manhattan Neighborhood Network is working to amplify local voices across multiple platforms both on our new HD Community Channel and on our social media sites. MNN is pleased to announce two new and exciting initiatives that offer enhanced production and distribution support for certified MNN community producers. Apply...
On Wednesday, June 15 the MNN El Barrio Firehouse and MNN's 59th St. Facility will open to the public at 2:00 pm...
Before the age of social media and YouTube, opportunities for sharing video content with a large audience were slim. However in 2001, two resourceful Marymount Manhattan College seniors found a platform to showcase their work: MNN.

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