MNN is a place of learning, creating, and collaborating.
Established in 1992, Manhattan Neighborhood Network is a media learning, production, and distribution hub that promotes creative expression, independent voices and community engagement.
Our vision is to empower local voices and diverse views.
MNN operates Manhattan's public access services and is the largest community media center in the country. We are also the largest media education organization in the City of New York, hosting more than 2,000 enrollees annually in a wide array of on-site and on-line classes. Through our education programs, and using our facilities and equipment, MNN Community Producers create more than 10,000 hours of original content each year that MNN cablecasts on our local cable TV channels and online streams.
Manhattan Neighborhood Network is an equal opportunity employer and considers all applications without regard to race, color, religion, creed, gender, national origin, age, disability, sexual orientation, or any other legally protected status.
This is a new position for MNN. We’re looking for someone who will be excited about helping build a development program from the ground up with a focus on institutional and city funding. A passion for community media and media education in particular is a plus.
Manhattan Neighborhood Network (MNN) seeks experienced and certified media instructors to teach different aspects of media production at our 59th street and East Harlem facilities.
Manhattan Neighborhood Network (MNN) seeks experienced youth media instructors to teach different aspects of media production at our East Harlem Youth Media Center.
If you're a content creator, you know that color grading is essential to achieving the look and feel of your final product. Adobe Premiere is a great tool for video editing, but if you're looking to take your project to the next level, you need to use DaVinci Resolve for color grading. In this blog...
Over an 8-week program during the summer of 2022, MNN and the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) partnered to provide media training workshops for NYCHA residents as part of their first-ever Youth Media Project
This Week on MNN we recognize and celebrate Native American Heritage Month
Join MNN producers as they celebrate some wonderful authors.