Producer Resources & Video Tutorials
Preparing your show for broadcast is more than just selecting the right shots and making sure the audio sounds good. Bring your show to the next level by adding music and graphics.
Having an online presence is the key to successfully promoting your show. Build an audience and generate a conversation by sharing air dates, photos and clips from the show on your social media accounts.
Have ideas for your production, but can’t seem to organize them? These resources will help you to put your thoughts on paper and create a solid script.
Set yourself up for success. Check out the following resources to make sure you’ve prepared for every aspect of your shoot.
Consulte los siguientes recursos para asegurarse de estar preparado para todos los aspectos de su grabación.
If you’re interested in purchasing or renting your own equipment, need dubbing services or media duplication services, look no further. We put together a list of places in Manhattan that may be helpful to you.
Review our course handbooks, watch video tutorials and check out other classes we recommend in the community.
Are you creating media that you’d like aired on our channels and streamed live on our website? There are two ways to have your show air on one of MNN’s community channels.
Use this form to reserve MNN's facilities and equipment to create a program to air on one of MNN's public access channels. You must have completed an MNN Professional course to reserve MNN's equipment and facilities.
Need some help getting started with your show? Learn how to reserve equipment, studios, and editing stations, find crew for your show and design your studio floor plan with the resources below.
Learn how to make Reservations and use Crew Connect with MNN's Access Center.
Before your show can begin airing on MNN, there are a few steps you need to take. Below is all of the information and paperwork you need to get your program scheduled.
Build your audience and engage with viewers on a new level. You completed MNN’s production training and conceptualized your show, and you’ve been working hard to perfect each and every episode before you broadcast it to the world. Now it’s time to tell people about it!
Use this guide to help you figure out what tone you're trying to convey with your set design and the lighting you need to achieve it.