Neighborhood Network News


The mission of Boston Neighborhood Network News (NNN) is to concentrate on the news of Boston itself. Through its coverage and by serving as a platform for a variety of guests, the show is both a forum and a crossroads for the full range of the city's communities.

NNN combines the local talents of neighborhood correspondents, long-standing reporters, freelance contributors, student interns, and a core staff to create an in-depth news program that is devoted exclusively to Boston issues.

Produced at Boston University's College of Communication, the half-hour program is cablecast Monday through Friday at 5:30, 9:30, and 11:00 pm*. The program reaches beyond breaking news to bring you stories that are rarely available on other local television venues. Reports cover economic development, politics, and the environment ... housing, healthcare, and education ... youth programs, sports, and the arts ... and much, much more.

The NNN companion website,, is a continuation of the news and provides links to other sites of interest. It also allows viewers to post their concerns and suggestions on the Neighborhood Forum page.

NNN invites interns and volunteers who are studying journalism (or related field) to work on the show. The show also welcomes freelance reporters developing a career in TV news, as well as community people with a strong interest in local news who would like to contribute to the show as correspondents.

To submit a story or request or for more information about our NNN intern program, contact:

Chris Lovett, News Director

Boston Neighborhood Network News
640 Commonwealth Avenue
Boston, MA 02215

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