Be sure to tune in to MNN 1 on Tuesday, May 1st, for a special day of programming on May Day, International Workers Day. MNN will be airing special live programming starting with Democracy Now at 8 AM and continuing through the day with live updates from Occupy Wall Street General Strike and topics ranging from "The Latino Struggle in the City" to "Yoga and Meditation for Workers."
No other Network will be covering May Day like MNN, your source for alternative news coverage.
Check www.mnn.org for your local cable channels.
"The Walking Monster" follows a mysterious monster around New York, California and various public facilities. Hosted by professional make-up guru Anthony Jones and his female counterpart, the show is simultaneously fun, sexy and absurd. Tune in the last Tuesday of the month at 10:30 PM on MNN4 to see the madness! Next air date: 5/29.
"Jim Duckworth & Friends," from Charlotte, NC, features the wondrously atmospheric guitar playing of Jim Duckworth (and occasional friends). Jim's playing is a spacey, FX-laden stew of blues, jazz, noise and ambience. His chords are shimmering, thick, at times unresolved, and the show's lighting and directing are immaculate, leaving room for music and interpretation. Tune in Sundays at 3:30 PM on MNN2! Next air dates: 4/15 and 4/22.
There are only five days left to register for the 2012 Hometown Media Awards! ACM is halfway to our goal of video submissions and are in need of your help to reach it. The deadline is this Friday, April 6th, 2012. For a list of categories for this year’s Hometown Media Awards, please click here. If you have any questions or need any help submitting your entry please contact us. Please keep in mind the file size limit for uploads is 300MB and the acceptable file types are: .wma, .wav, .mp3, .wmv, .mpeg, .mpv, .mp4, .mov, .avi. In addition to uploading your video directly to our site, there is now the option to submit a URL to your video. This enables you to upload your entry to YouTube and then provide us the link. There are many options on YouTube to protect your video and its contents, you can choose to make your video private and only those who have the direct link may view it. Click here for contest rules