Reopening of MNN Facilities
MNN will begin a limited and phased reopening of our studio and edit facilities at our 59th Street and El Barrio Firehouse Community Media centers beginning the week of May 3rd. Make your online reservations now for the available studios, edit stations, and cameras.
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.
Upcoming Classes & Events
Este taller explora cómo los creadores de medios pueden crear historias atractivas usando Instaposts, historias e IGTV.
MNN's info session explores our mission, services and how you can become involved.
La sesión Informativa de MNN explora nuestra misión, servicios y cómo usted puede participar.
Are you ready to make media that matters?
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.
Join the digital media revolution and embark on your journey to becoming a community producer at MNN with access to our state-of-the-art media production equipment.
MNN’s Online Learning initiatives provide MNN community producers with virtual support on media projects, learning opportunities to continue building your production skills, as well as informational sessions about MNN facilities and services.
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