News - Program Guide
Recently we've been highlighting some of the quality community programming coming out of MNN's El Barrio Firehouse Community Media Center. Monday's Clip of the Week featured a recent roundtable of women media activists, and last week we featured powerful readings by local poets.
Want more? Beginning this coming weekend, the MNN El Barrio Firehouse will broadcast its programs on Sundays at 8pm on MNN1 and Thursdays at 8pm on MNN4. MNN El Barrio Firehouse programs feature artists, writers, poets, and filmmakers, community and social justice activists, and neighborhood residents engaged in advancing human liberation, culture, and politics for the benefit of the community. Programs may also be seen on MNN.org.
Hey, MNN producers! Want to boost your audience? Or maximize your social-media outreach? Or streamline the process you use to share your work? You’ll learn to do all of this and more during the free webinar MNN is offering on January 9 at 9pm.
The webinar will explain in detail how to use tools you already know and love—including social-media sites like Facebook, Twitter, Vimeo and YouTube along with the streaming and chat functions on MNN.org—to share your show with more people and interact with your audience more intimately and effectively. It all adds up to a bigger megaphone for your voice and point of view. And did we mention it’s FREE?
Broadcasting live from MNN’s El Barrio Firehouse Community Media Center, the class will be hosted by Benjamin Nathan, an award-winning NYC filmmaker who has collaborated with PBS and Ken Burns, among many others, and whose work has screened at Cannes Film Festival. Nathan is Director of Footage Films, a New York media company dedicated to creating film and video that will positively...
Summer 2012 program guides are now available for download or to have one mailed to you, email email@example.com
MNN encourages producers to grab a handful and distribute them to your communities. You can also mail them to your viewers free of charge, just write the address on the back and drop them in the mailbox. It's the cheapest way to promote your show!