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.
Boston Youth Share Their Vision for Boston with Mayor Martin J. Walsh
On January 4, 2014, Mayor Martin J. Walsh and the Boston 2014 Inaugural Committee hosted the first-ever “Youth Inaugural Summit” for the next generation of Bostonians. The summit welcomed hundreds of Boston youth to Roxbury Community College to share their vision for the city of Boston. Young people in grades six through nine were invited to join the Mayor for a day of brainstorming and dialogue about their hopes and dreams for themselves and the city.
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.
Twelve Working Groups comprised of more than 200 practitioners, experts, community leaders and end users – will discuss and suggest policies and ideas that can advance key policy goals Mayor Martin J. Walsh laid out throughout the course of his campaign.
In addition, the transition team for Mayor Walsh will host a series of hearings open to the public, and Boston Neighborhood Network will be taping each hearing for viewing on our News and Information channel, Comcast 9 / RCN 15, and online.
Celebrate 30 Years of Media Access and Excellence with Us
The Boston Community Access & Programming Foundation, Inc. (BCAPF) Board of Directors would like to invite you to its Annual Meeting and Awards on Tuesday, November 19, 2013 at 6:00 p.m. at BNN's Charles J. Beard II Media Center, 3025 Washington Street, Boston MA.
Boston Neighborhood Network Television has been instrumental in helping voters make informed decisions about the recent Mayoral and City Council elections. We continue this service to community by presenting a videotaped special of the upcoming Boston Mayoral Forum presented by Boston's communities of color.
The Boston Community Access and Programming Foundation, Inc. (BCAPF), otherwise known as Boston Neighborhood Network (BNN), will hold its annual election to fill vacant seats on the Board of Directors on Tuesday, November 19, 2013, at the annual meeting of the board.
The BCAPF Nomination Committee is seeking nominations for the 2013 Board of Directors election.
12 candidates, each determined to make it through the primary election on September 24, are what remain after 24 sought to win a nomination on the ballot to fill the seat of incumbent Mayor Thomas Menino. The diverse field of candidates, made up of City Councilors, State Representatives, organizers, activists, non-profit leaders, and small business owners, are featured in the newest Boston Neighborhood Network Television series, “Meet the Next Mayor”.