Manhattan's Public Access Television Station

August 2008

Take Our Survey and Win Great Prizes!

By Manhattan Neighborhood Network

To All MNN Producers and Supporters,

MNN is renovating the historic El Barrio/East Harlem Firehouse building on East 104 Street into a state-of-the-art media center providing Manhattan residents -- and young people in particular -- with full access to new communications technology.

We want to provide the best services we can at this new location and at our existing site on West 59th Street. But we need your input and your voice.

PLEASE FILL OUT MNN’S ONLINE SURVEY TODAY AND ENTER TO WIN THREE GREAT PRIZES!

 

CLICK HERE TO TAKE THE SURVEY!

 

This survey will collect information about your knowledge and use of the Public Access facilities, equipment and services offered by MNN and your opinions about ways that MNN might expand and improve those resources.

The survey should only take a few minutes to complete -- and you may win a great prize!

  • First Prize is an ultra-compact Flip video...

Your Vision and Your Dreams

By Manhattan Neighborhood Network

 

Manhattan Neighborhood Network (MNN)

presents

COMMUNITY MEDIA CENTER WORKSHOPS

HELP MNN PROVIDE THE BEST SERVICES FOR EL BARRIO/EAST HARLEM AND
MANHATTAN’S UPTOWN AND EAST SIDE COMMUNITIES

TELL US WHAT YOU WANT AT MNN’S NEW FIREHOUSE COMMUNITY MEDIA CENTER FACILITY!!

What video and media equipment resources?

What staffing and training resources?

What media creation space?

What community usage space?

 

Provide Your Input by Participating in a Community Focus Workshop
September 10-11, 2008

And Win a Flip Video Camera

Please reply by September 2, 2008

Come and share your vision and your dreams.

MNN is holding a series of four community workshops on our new
Uptown Media Center.


Two of these workshops will seek input from current MNN producers from East Harlem, Upper Manhattan and Manhattan’s...

Internet Streaming Update

By Manhattan Neighborhood Network

 

 

The I.T. Department at MNN is currently working on a new solution for its streaming channels.  We are aware that there are difficulties with viewing the channels and we ask for your patience while we upgrade our streaming servers for your viewing experience.

 

 

Department of Information Technology

Manhattan Neighborhood Network

537 West 59th Street

New York, NY 10019

 

 

Large Hadron Collider is Superduper Fly

By Manhattan Neighborhood Network
The first test beam was shot through the CERN Large Hadron Collider this weekend (and the universe apparently wasn't destroyed, haha.) The accelerator goes live in 30 days, and thanks to robot I'll probably spend most of them dancing to the Large Hadron Collider rap: