BNN News & Articles

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District 5 City Councilor Tim McCarthy joined Glenn Williams in the WBCA 102.9 FM Studio to talk about the wonderful things that are happening in his neighborhood.
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Monday, January 21, 2019 -- Boston Neighborhood Network Media is a proud annual sponsor of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Breakfast at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center.
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Boston Neighborhood Network is proud to present the 2019 Mayor’s Cup Hockey Tournament Championship Games highlighting youth hockey teams throughout Boston. Games can be watched on BNN News and Information Channels (Comcast 9 | RCN 15 | Verizon 1961).
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Enjoy our latest exhibit at the BNN Neighborhood Art Gallery - "Our Animal Friends" available January through February 2019. Image shown is by Christine Winship that she illustrated for "The Kingdom of Animals"; a kids alphabet book with an animal for each letter.
BNN is providing opportunities for students to gain real-world experience through its Internship program. Applications are now being accepted. To apply, contact the BNN Internship Program at 617-708-3205.
Senator Edward J. Markey lead a discussion about recent efforts to overturn the Trump Administration's repeal of net neutrality. Full video is available on BNN's Video on Demand Library.
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Senator Markey, Mayor Walsh and FCC Commissioner Clyburn discussed the importance of community broadcasting, net neutrality and digital equity at the debut live broadcast for WBCA-LP 102.9FM at Boston Neighborhood Network

We offer a wide range of training opportunities, access to state-of-the art facilities, equipment and software, and access to our cable channels and website for distribution. You can learn how to create your own TV program, radio program, or to produce state-of-the-art multimedia projects for the web - and we'll help you every step of the way.

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.

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