We love this! "Gotta Run with Will" executive producer Will Sanchez has debuted an online series of videos titled "Moments"-- short clips featuring remarkable exchanges from his talk show. The one- to two-minute videos offer fun, dynamic glimpses of interviews with the people who make the NYC running world the inspiring arena it is.
So far, "Moments" has featured famed runner and activist Kathrine Switzer talking about "261 Fearless," a movement that originated from her bib number in the 1967 Boston Marathon, in which she was attacked; and renowned running historian Roger Robinson on witnessing a legendary win at the 1964 Olympics in Tokyo.
Great concept, and smart way to offer easily-digested snippets of your show to people who are curious about it. Check the "Gotta Run with Will" YouTube channel for more "Moments"!
We're loving the recent influx of delicious recipes getting whipped up by community producers-- on the air! Check out these cooking shows to get a taste of cuisines both local and originating around the globe.
"Cajun in the City": "Cajun in the City" executive producer and host Ken Conn, a.k.a. "Cajun Ken," explains culinary concepts with a fun and super-infectious energy that hooks you instantly, and his stories about growing up in the south - he's a Mississippi native who's been tending the grill since age 7 - are as charming as they come. Learn to make tempting Cajun treats like Mississippi Catfish, Creamed Oysters and Dirty Cajun Rice & Sausage. Watch "Cajun in the City" every Tuesday at 11:00 am on MNN2 and MNN.org. And check the show out on Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and at cajuninthecity.org...
The gas explosion in East Harlem last March had a huge and persistent impact on the community. Tune in to "Represent NYC" this Sunday at 7:00 pm on MNN1 (TWC 34, RCN 82, FiOS 33) and MNN.org for never-before-heard accounts of that day, and details on how two of the victims were affected.