"The power of where we go lies in public media."
Mayor Adams inaugurates MNN's new 38th Street location! The Mayor and other city officials cut the ribbon on MNN's new studios on the west side.
More from this special event here: https://www.mnn.org/blog/MNN-celebrates-west-side-location
Empowering local voices and diverse views.
Manhattan Neighborhood Network is a media learning, production, and distribution hub that promotes creative expression, independent voices and community engagement.
Unger the Radar
God's Healing Cathedral
The Bobby T Show
The Woman's Connection
Editing Film & TV with Jennifer Lee
In this episode we'll take a deep dive into Jennifer’s approach to editing, storytelling and crafting narratives through her work on projects like Rosaline, the pilot for the Golden-Globe winning show, Ramy, and the The Fallout, which won the Grand Jury Prize at SXSW.
Listen and subscribe today!
Spring Classes Now Available!
Register today for spring classes at the NYC Center for Media Education at MNN!
We've got an all-new slate of programs just for you.
Check out NYC CME's new website and sign up today!
Civic Engagement Commission to Launch Citywide Participatory Budgeting
The first citywide participatory budgeting program is expected to launch later this year after a two-year delay.
This Week On MNN
This Week on MNN we celebrate International Workers Day, also known as May Day.
This May in Media Education at MNN
Spring is blossoming and MNN Media Education is blooming in full swing with Bootcamps, Professional Courses and Workshops to help you cultivate and expand your education for the Month of May!
Benjamin is Out. What's Next?
New York State Lt. Governor Benjamin's resignation shakes up Democratic Primary for Lieutenant Governor ahead of June vote.
Manhattan's Best Election Coverage
MNN is home to Manhattan's most comprehensive election coverage.
We believe that democracy is best served by introducing you to every candidate in every race: who they are, what they stand for, and how their decisions will impact you, our borough, and our city.