At MNN's Youth Media Center, we believe in using the power of video to raise awareness about important issues facing Manhattan’s young people.
Our programs explore issues including gentrification, police brutality, climate justice, and many more.
MNN’s Youth Channel serves as a platform for our students, our producers and youth media makers across the country to share their social justice oriented content with over 600,000 cable subscribers in Manhattan and an even bigger worldwide audience online.
Do you produce social justice themed content? Tell us about it using the form on the right and we might broadcast it on our channel!
For examples of the types of programming we create and accept, please visit our YouTube Channel.
Founded in 1992, Manhattan Neighborhood Network (MNN) is Manhattan’s free, public access cable network. We operate two media production and education facilities in Manhattan and run five cablecast channels reaching over 600,000 cable subscribers. MNN offers low-cost training in video production, editing, and broadcasting to Manhattan residents who wish to become Certified Producers with MNN. We actively strive to empower Manhattan residents to exercise their First Amendment rights in an open, uncensored, and equitable forum.