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One of the coolest things about MNN’s programming is that is celebrates what’s going on in the local Manhattan community. This month, we’re excited to present a broadcast of this weekend’s cultural festival honoring the 10th Anniversary of The India Center, a nonprofit dedicated to promoting traditional Indian arts.
The event, the Sixth Annual Natraj Hindu Folk Arts Festival, will be held this Saturday, May 4 at the Baruch Performing Arts Center in Manhattan, and will feature traditional Indian music and dance along with presentations on yoga, architecture and typical cuisine.
“We started the organization in 2003 to educate young Indian-American children about their background,” says The India...
It’s Monday, everybody! We are especially excited to present today’s Clip of the Week, since it’s a video you’ve all been asking for. Drum roll, please!
On April 18 we aired “Using Social Media to Boost Your Audiencewebinar online in its entirety: That’s 58 minutes of social networking genius that you can watch on your computer whenever it’s convenient for you.
The webinar was presented by Benjamin Nathan, an award-winning NYC filmmaker who has collaborated with PBS and Ken Burns, among many others. Nathan has screened his work at Cannes Film Festival and currently serves as Director of Footage Films, a New York media company dedicated to creating film and video that will positively impact audiences and...
There’s a ton of hard work and talent behind each and every program broadcast on MNN. What’s the best way to do justice to the fruits of your labor? Let more people know about it.
That’s why on Thursday, April 18, MNN is hosting a free webinar on how to use social media to boost your show’s audience and interact more effectively with your viewers. The class also covers how to streamline these efforts—so you get the perks without a lot of extra hours or hassle.
“With social media and traditional media evolving every day, MNN is at the forefront, bridging the gap between the broadcaster and the viewer,” says Benjamin Nathan, the award-winning NYC filmmaker who will present the webinar. Nathan is Director of Footage Films, a New York media company dedicated to creating film and video that will positively impact audiences and the global community at large. He’s collaborated with PBS and Ken Burns, among many others, and has screened his work at Cannes Film Festival.
During the webinar, which will broadcast live from MNN’s...