Manhattan's Public Access Television Station

April 2011

Mapping Community Media

By Manhattan Neighborhood Network

Check out Community Media Database 1.0, a free reference site for community media in the United States. This site maps more than 2,250 Public, Educational and Government (PEG) access tv stations nationwide.

Learn more about the community media providers in your area and across the country. Go to: http://communitymediadatabase.org/

Community Media Database 1.0 is a 3-month pilot project funded by the Benton Foundation, with advice and support provided by the New America Foundation's Media Policy Initiative

 

MNN Photo Shoot

By Manhattan Neighborhood Network

MNN is having another photo shoot on Saturday May 7th at 12pm.


Must RSVP with Rahum Brown at rahum@mnn.org

Show up Camera ready. There will be a make up artist there, but if you feel comfortable doing your own make up, feel free to do so. bring your own Wardrobe just one outfit that best fits your show. You can bring Two other guest if you want to be in the photo

Bring your sparkling personality!! These photos will get featured on in our studios, and on our promotional material.

All producers who already got their picture taken please DO NOT RSVP.

Chuck's Picks - "The Wacky Factory"

By Manhattan Neighborhood Network

"The Wacky Factory," which airs on MNN's Youth Channel (catering to viewers 25 and younger) is a children's variety show comprised of bizarre skits, music videos and features. Its main objective, says creator Eric Glass, is "FUN!" and that's exactly what it delivers. From hot pepper testing to ugly baby hijinks, these preteen jokesters have it all, and on top of that, the editing and sound effects are top-notch. Get wacky, every Saturdays at 7:30 AM on MNN4! Next air dates: 4/23 and 4/30.

AT&T Bashes Community TV

By Manhattan Neighborhood Network

AT&T, one of the world's largest telecommunications companies, continues to offer second class service to local community TV stations nationwide.

See Chicago Access Network (CAN) TV's video to learn more about the unfair treatment of Public, Educational and Government (PEG) TV:

 

Apply today for the Youth Channel's YMIC Training

By Manhattan Neighborhood Network

 Y.M.I.C is a program providing young people from NYC with high-quality training in media making and in community service.  Program participants learn media production, leadership, community outreach and media literacy skills. Participants also get to engage with New York City grassroots, arts and cultural organizations.

Download the application below.

 

*This is a FREE intensive youth video program.

 

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Apply now for the Youth Channel's YMIC Training

By Manhattan Neighborhood Network

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Chuck's Picks - "Woman and Earth"

By Manhattan Neighborhood Network

Woman and Earth follows exiled Russian feminist Tatyana Mamonova on her travels and sprinkles in hazy, lo-fi imagery and goofy road trip antics, in what is simultaneously the most depressing and upbeat show in public access history! Hop aboard this crazy train, every Thursday at 5 PM on MNN2!

Discover MNN

By Manhattan Neighborhood Network

Since 2007, when this video was produced, MNN has gone digital, started accepting DVDs, and has changed the standards of public access TV.  However, one thing hasn't changed, we still offer FREE training in FINAL CUT PRO, and STUDIO PRODUCTION.  Check out this video to find out how to get started.

 

Mariachi in Manhattan

By Manhattan Neighborhood Network
In this edition of East Harlem TV, go behind the scenes with the Mariachi Academy of New York, the only one of its kind on the East Coast, plus posada performances by both student and professional mariachis and dancers, including special guest Maestro Rafael Palomar.

Chuck's Picks - "Roulette TV"

By Manhattan Neighborhood Network

"Roulette TV" is a beacon for both emerging and established avant-garde/experimental musicians. The show is taped at Roulette's performance space in the East Village, itself a staple of New York since the late '70s, and features artists as diverse as Zeena Parkins, David Shea, Ikue Mori, SKELETON$, Seaven Teares and Toby Driver. Tune in every Thursday night at 11:30 PM on MNN3 to explore bold, new sonic terrain. Next air dates: 4/7 and 4/14.

Roulette TV: TOBY DRIVER / TARTAR LAMB II from Roulette Intermedium on Vimeo.