Manhattan's Public Access Television Station

November 2008

MNN Screening of "Seen, But Not Heard: AIDS and The Untold War Against Black Women" & Panel with AIDS Activists

By Manhattan Neighborhood Network

MNN Hosts a Screening of "Seen, But Not Heard: AIDS and The Untold War against Black Women"

a Short Documentary by Cyrille Phipps -- Followed by a Discussion with the Filmmaker and Community Activists

Friday, November 14th @ DCTV @ 6:30pm

Downtown Community Television Center (DCTV),

87 Lafayette Street between White & Walker in Chinatown, 3rd Floor (2 blocks below Canal Street)

(Take the 6/N/R/Q/J/Z to Canal St. or the A/C to Canal St.)

To RSVP go to: http://www.mnn.org/en/rsvp-nov-14th-screening-seen-not-heard-aids-and-un

On the heels of World AIDS Day which is Dec. 1st, MNN will be hosting a film screening of "Seen, But Not Heard: AIDS and The Untold War...

Cable Rates Skyrocketing in NYC

By Manhattan Neighborhood Network

Despite the promise of lower prices with the entry of Verizon into the New York cable market, cable television prices are rising fast, according to a new report from Crain's newspaper.

Cablevision, which has about 3.1 million TV customers in the New York metropolitan area, will increase the price of cable TV by an average of 3.5% next year, according to a Nov. 9 article in the business newspaper. Time Warner Cable, with about 1.1 million New York City customers, is expected to follow with similar rate hikes.

Crain's says that Verizon has increased its TV rates by 12%, to $47.99, since entering the New York metro market two years ago.

The cable companies say that price hikes are due to increased programming fees charged by broadcasters and content providers.

Crain’s noted that the Federal Communications Commission recently gave Time Warner Cable permission to raise rates in New York City on basic-cable TV, declaring that there is effective competition in the city, and eliminating the city's power to regulate basic-cable rates.

Time...

The Castle Will Premiere on MNN!

By Manhattan Neighborhood Network

The Castle Will Premiere on MNN!

The most talked about off-Broadway show, The Castle will air on Manhattan Neighborhood Network this SUNDAY DECEMBER 21st at 8pm on Channel 34.

 

It will also air on Bronxnet at 6pm. Goto www.bronxnet.org for channel listings. 

 



MNN Screening of "Seen, But Not Heard: AIDS and The Untold War against Black Women"

By Manhattan Neighborhood Network
Screening of "Seen, But Not Heard: AIDS and The Untold War against Black Women" a Documentary by Cyrille Phipps -- Followed by a Discussion with the Filmmaker and Community Activists

Friday, November 14th @ DCTV @ 6:30pm

Downtown Community Television Center (DCTV),
87 Lafayette Street between White & Walker in Chinatown, 3rd Floor (2 blocks below Canal Street)
(Take the 6/N/R/Q/J/Z to Canal St. or the A/C to Canal St.)

To RSVP go to: http://www.mnn.org/en/rsvp-nov-14th-screening-seen-not-heard-aids-and-un

On the heels of World AIDS Day which is Dec. 1st, MNN will be hosting a film screening and panel discussion with activists about the AIDS epidemic in the African...

Join Us for Youth Voice '08 Tonight!!!

By Manhattan Neighborhood Network

 

 

 

This Election Day join us as we broadcast "Youth Voice 2008" LIVE . This year our panel discussion will talk about what the youth's opinion in this year's election.  Join us for the Youth Channel event of the year!  Special Election Day coverage and discussion of the issues that are important to you. Youth Voices 2008 is about letting you know what we, the youth, think and feel about these candidates and about youth participation in politics. There will also be live up-to-minute coverage of the presidential election.

Watch us from 6-7PM on Tuesday, November 4th on Channel 34 Time Warner cable and Channel 107 RC
Please Tune in to this Youth Channel Special and PLEASE GO AND VOTE.
You can email Isis at  Isis@youthchannel.org or call (212)-757-2670 ext. 330 for more information.

Tune in: Tonight: Youth Voice '08

By Manhattan Neighborhood Network
This Election Day join us as we broadcast "*Youth Voice 2008*" LIVE . This year our panel discussion will talk about what the youth think in this election year. Join us for the Youth Channel event of the year: Special Election Day coverage and discussion of the issues that are important to you. Youth Voices 2008 is about letting you know what we, the youth think and feel about these candidates and about youth participation in politics. There will also be live up to the minute coverage of the presidential election.

Get Your Vote on with MNN!

By Manhattan Neighborhood Network

Election Coverage Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Tune-in to MNN tonight! Watch this year’s 2008 historical election on MNN! Beginning at 6 p.m., the Youth Channel will be discussing the election process and its impact on the youth, followed by live coverage from the Malcolm X and Dr. Betty Shabazz Educational Center on Time Warner Cable 34/RCN 82. In addition, Paper Tiger will be airing live from our studios at 10:30 pm on TWC 67 and RCN 85.

And don't forget to get your vote on!