NY City Council District 6 Debate
Watch the NY City Council District 6 debate on Represent NYC: Election Coverage this Friday October 15th at 8pm only on MNN1 (Spectrum 34 & 1995, RCN 82, FiOS 33) and MNNHD (Spectrum 1993). Moderated by executive editor of Gotham Gazette, Ben Max.
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In this course, students will be introduced to professional, non-linear editing software Adobe Premiere CC.
Learn creative techniques for lighting film scenes and documentary interviews.
This free workshop explores funding opportunities for your media projects.
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Whether you want to learn how to manage a crew in our multi-camera studios, how to capture a great story in the field, or how to edit your media, MNN has a class for you.
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Manhattan's Best Election Coverage
There is no better place to find out all you need to know about NYC elections than on MNN. We cover ALL OF THE CANDIDATES in ALL OF THE RACES, not just the frontrunners. At MNN we believe that democracy is best served by introducing you to all of the candidates and what they stand for.
The 172-acre island in New York Harbor, which was previously only open to the public from May to October, is about to undergo major changes and, officials hope, play a significant role in the city’s future.
This Week on MNN we celebrate National Arts and Humanities Month.
In the general election for Manhattan District Attorney, Democratic nominee Alvin Bragg and Republican nominee Thomas Kenniff met for a debate hosted by Manhattan Neighborhood Network and moderated by Gotham Gazette's Ben Max.
Unfinished Business, Major Decisions and Grand Pronouncements: De Blasio Has Much To Do in Final Months as Mayor
Mayor de Blasio has spent the last several months all over the city making announcements, cutting ribbons, taking in meals and sights, and doing on-the-ground mayoral work he has often eschewed.