Join us for family fun focusing on BOSTON YOUTH. Celebrate 30 years of providing media training, technology and access for Boston residents and organizations. All proceeds from donations and sponsorships will be used for BNN youth programming.
BNN’s Neighborhood Art Gallery features monthly group exhibits by local artists. Neighborhood art organizations curate these exhibits to display on BNN walls and in the BNN TV digital gallery showing on BNN channels. The monthly exhibit is also featured as part of our BNNLive program, It’s All About Arts, cablecast on BNN News and Information Channel [Comcast 9/RCN 15] each Monday evening from 6 -7 pm, and streamed live on our website, www.bnntv.org.
Join us the last Thursday of every month between 6:30 PM and 8:30 PM for conversation and camaraderie as friends of BNN share their works and experiences. Support BNN by attending this monthly screening hosted by BNN’s filmmaking friends. Each screening will be followed by a Q&A session with the films’ directors, writers, producers and/or cast members. This screening series helps to support BNN’s youth media training programs.
Eight New Stories Added to the Award-winning Series Spotlighting Boston Visionaries
Last season, Boston Profiles gave viewers the opportunity to get to know some of Boston’s most effective and influential, yet unsung citizens – Ted Cutler, creator of the Outside the Box Music and Arts Festival and Deborah Jackson, president of Cambridge College, were among the people featured in season two of Boston Profiles.
Boston Neighborhood Network's Youth Media Initiatives provide a safe and supportive setting to educate youth under the age of 21 years in media arts and emerging technologies for use in self-expression, communication and social change. Through strategic partnerships, community grants and individual supporters, young people from all walks of life have an opportunity to share their ideas as well as raise visibility around the value of youth voices and perspectives using BNN’s media resources.
Boston Neighborhood Network has been busier than ever and our recently published Transition Years report highlights some of our accomplishments from 2007 to 2012. Since moving to our new home we’ve been building our cable TV network, website, and technology infrastructure.
Tune in to Boston Neighborhood Network Television for Extrahelp
Extrahelp, a weekly television series providing homework help to Boston students for over twenty-years, and Boston Neighborhood Network (BNN) are partnering with Roxbury Community College (RCC) to continue supporting Boston Public School students’ ability to learn from the comfort of their own home.
BNN is providing opportunities for students to gain real-world experience.
BNN interns develop professional and practical skills while working in our television production studios. Students have the opportunity to earn college credit while learning from seasoned industry professionals. Available internships include Television Production, Engineering, Marketing and Outreach and more. Click Here for Full List >>
Take advantage of free training to improve job skills and prepare for the competitive work environment.
Boston Neighborhood Network (BNN) and the Online Learning Readiness (OLLR) program are giving unemployed and underemployed residents the opportunity to receive free training geared at helping them enhance and acquire new computer and career skills.
Boston Neighborhood Network is giving viewers the opportunity to get to know some of Boston’s most effective and influential, yet unsung citizens. Boston Profiles, a new BNN program made possible by funding from Comcast, can be seen every Tuesday at 9 PM, beginning April 3, only on BNN’s News and Information [Comcast 9 | RCN 15].