Trillo and Suede is a show that has garnered rave reviews and a growing cult web following in its first 2 seasons, winning 38 major awards in international web series film festivals, including best comedy and best series.
Host Jim Vrettos talks with the series creator Jonathan Geffner.
Imagining the Unfinished Business of America's Social Democracy - The Political Activism of Jonathan Soto and AOC
With the stress of a global pandemic, lack of federal and local funding to school districts and the children of poor and working class families falling behind on their remote learning, a remarkable new and empowering plan called Homework Helper has been developed by Congresswoman Alexandra Ocasio...
Host Jim Vrettos has a conversation with Samelys Lopez, Congressional Candidate for the 15th CD-South Bronx; and Troy Walcott, Spectrum Worker and Strike Organizer. At this time in U.S. politics, the question is: how will the movement continue?
Host Jim Vrettos interviews Troy Walcott and Ray Reyes, Spectrum Workers, Organizers/Activists; who tell us the status of the workers fight against the cable corporation, a subsidiary of Charter Communications, Inc. whose policies harm both workers and users in NYC.
Host Jim Vrettos interviews six candidates to the US Congress who present themselves as an alternative to the establishment and a new breed of politicians looking to regain the serve part in public service positions:
Samelys Lopez | Candidate - 15th Congressional District
Melanie D'Arrigo |...
Host Jim Vrettos welcomes Psychotherapist, Author, Activist, Media Personality Beatty Cohan-Vrettos to have an interesting conversation about love, its importance for the human soul and the effects of being depraved of it. They will address marriage from a special view, including comments from Dr...
Host Jim Vrettos interviews Ray Rogers, Labor Rights Activist and Founder and Director of Corporate Campaign Inc. They talk about activism, the Real State Boar of New York (REBNY) and how their politics keep rents going high and construction workers being underpaid.
Host Jim Vrettos interviews Stanley Aronowitz, Distinguished Professor of Sociology at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York - CUNY.
This Week on MNN Commemorates World Aids Day
This Week on MNN Celebrates Thanksgiving!
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