News - MNN Youth Channel
Happy Friday, everyone! Today's Clip of the Week features not just the awesome production work, but the quality, innovative services and training offered by the Youth Channel (YC) up at the MNN El Barrio Firehouse Community Media Center.
The staff and producers at YC are as creative and driven as people come, and they work hard on every minute of the wide-ranging media they produce. Case in point: Check out our featured clip - this promo for the training available to young people at the Youth Media Center. We love the music, energy and vibe - and, of course, the actual certification program that's being promoted.
Add Pro-Level TV Production and Community Journalism To Your Resume With an Internship at MNN’s Youth ChannelApr 15, 2014 Community Media, MNN El Barrio Firehouse, MNN Youth Channel
MNN’s Youth Channel (YC), the education and training program for young Manhattan residents, seeks applicants for its new Community Communications Internship. Interested candidates aged 18 to 24 should apply by Wednesday, May 7th.
Offered in the Youth Media Center at the MNN El Barrio Firehouse in Harlem, the Community Communications Internship provides hands-on experience in field and television studio production, cross-platform programming and community journalism. Working with the Lead Youth Producer in a state-of-the-art facility, interns create original documentaries for broadcast on MNN’s cable channels and short-form videos intended for new media platforms.
It’s that time again! The submission deadline for this year’s Hometown Media Awards is Wednesday, April 30, 2014. Entries will be considered for recognition in dozens of categories and celebrated at the awards dinner in Philadelphia this August. Our network’s Community Producers will pay a reduced submission fee of $50 for being affiliated with MNN!
Sponsored by the Alliance for Community Media (ACM), a national nonprofit that supports free speech and civic engagement through local media, the Hometown Media Awards is the largest competition for public-access programming. The awards honor shows that address community needs, foster involvement and offer viewers a TV experience that breaks from the conventional commercial format.