“The Smith Organization is about to change development directors. The current director has been with the organization for less than two years and has not been able to raise sufficient income to meet the budgeted goals of the organization…the executive director is frustrated and at loose ends. The fiscal year has four months remaining.”
Recently we've been highlighting some of the quality community programming coming out of MNN's El Barrio Firehouse Community Media Center. Monday's Clip of the Week featured a recent roundtable of women media activists, and last week we featured powerful readings by local poets.
The front section of today’s New York Times features an exciting new show that MNN picked up in December: “Soraya Sobreidad’s ‘FIERCE’ Cooking Show,” a program dedicated to Puerto Rican recipes, health and—you may not have seen this one coming—sex appeal.
In honor of Women’s History Month, today’s Clip of the Week features a panel discussion on minority women in the media, hosted by MNN’s El Barrio Firehouse Community Media Center.
"Royal Soul Connection Music Expo", aside from being an incredible name, is a heavyweight in MNN's late night hip hop/R&B programming. Hosted by the sultry Shaylah Day , the show takes its viewers on an exhilarating trip through the grand funk annals, sporting videos both old and new, amateur and professional, always with heart and, well, soul. Tune in every Monday night at 11:30 PM on MNN4. Next air dates: 3/18 and 3/25.
‘Nonprofit Challenges’ With Host Alice Yaker Will Offer Viewers and Guests The Opportunity to Share Solutions and Learn About Under-Accessed Resources New York, March 11, 2013—Manhattan Neighborhood Network is pleased to announce the premiere of “Nonprofit Challenges,” a new program dedicated to helping small nonprofit organizations in New York City confront the difficulties they face with information and support from their peers. The show debuts on the Community Channel (MNN1) on Sunday, March 24 2013 at 9pm.