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WHAT'S NEW AT BNN:

A longtime staple of BNN’s News & Information channel, The Greek Program will be ending their longtime show with a 2-hour celebration on Monday, June 24th at 6:00 PM. The Greek Program is the longest running program of its kind on BNN TV. For 25 years, this weekly bilingual show has served as a voice and platform for Boston’s Hellenic Community to talk about issues of concern affecting them locally and globally.The show has been hosted by Eleni Vidalis for the last 25 years.   She was a member of the Mayor’s Greek Committee and is the President of the Federation of Hellenic American Societies of New England. In 2006, Thanasis Haberis joined Eleni as co-host at the anchor desk.  Mr. Haberis is a well-known local businessman and a resident of West Roxbury.Every Monday night, we have tuned in to catch The Greek Program, inform and entertain the Greek community and Boston at large.  The BNN Family celebrates the end of an era, as The Greek Program signs off. We would like to Thank, Eleni and Thanasis for their years of dedication and service to the community and BNN TV.  We wish The Greek Program team well and we will miss them!
Given the release of the movie Avengers: Endgame marks the end of an era in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), mLabs (Mbadika Laboratory) decided to do something very special. In the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), Anulax Batteries are a highly sought-after for their immense power. In our world, ideas and those who create them are as powerful and highly sought-after as Anulax Batteries.Since their debut in that amazing opening scene in Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Anulax Batteries have continued to capture not only Baby Groot’s imagination but ours as well. In this Episode, mLab Host Netia McCray will guide you on how to design your own version of an Anulax Battery to symbolize the untapped potential for greatness within yourself to become a Marvel (sorry, we couldn’t resist) in your own right. Through 3D Printing, Computer Aided Design (CAD) software, electronics and some crafting, we will show you how to bring your Anulax Battery to life.Our Field Trip is to the TSN that holds the title of being the world’s first fabrication laboratory (Fab Lab), Boston’s South End Technology Center (SETC) in the South End where we challenge their youth program participants to create their own Anulax Battery. Watch the latest Episode of the MLAB series on BNN - Comcast 9 | RCN 15 | Verizon 1961 | Streaming on bnnmedia.org 
BNN‘s Around Town went on the road with MBadika Laboratory (MLABS) and the TSN Centers to the Autodesk, Boston facilities.
In anticipation for the film, Mbadika will debut its second BNN Episode of their latest series, mLab, on BNN - Comcast 9 | RCN 15 | Verizon 1961 | Streaming on bnnmedia.org - in order to showcase how using STEM (Science Technology Engineering Mathematics) you can bring your Captain Marvel inspired ideas to reality. In this Episode, Mbadika's Executive Director and mLab Host, Netia McCray walks viewers step by step through how to create a Gauntlet inspired by Captain Marvel using a 3D Printer and Electronics. In addition, mLab takes a Field Trip to BPS Parent University's Boston Little Coders at the Sonny Walker Computer Room to explore STEM taking place in Roxbury.As a STEM-focused organization, Mbadika wants to encourage students to take their first steps and/or continue exploring STEM. Therefore, after the Episode, viewers will be encouraged to create their own version of a Gauntlet following Mbadika's online Step-byStep Tutorial. We hope you can tune in as we explore how to go 'Higher, Further, Faster'. 
The FCC is proposing to redefine what a franchise fee is - and it will radically reduce the level of monetary support available to run PEG access channels across the United States. You can help by petitioning the members of Congress representing you and asking them to oppose the FCC changes.CLICK HERE to contact your representative and senators. Please encourage your colleagues and friends to also take this action in support of BNN and PEG Access Stations across the country.BNN and PEG access channels provide government coverage that allows transparency so citizens can monitor local government actions - something vital to the health of local democracy.  They also provide local content in communities that are not served by the broadcast industry and are increasingly under-served by newspapers. Congress should stop the FCC from trying to re-write the 1984 Cable Act to financially starve local communities and our PEG channels in its rule-making (Docket NR 05-311).Additional information on the proposed changes is available at:  https://www.natoa.org/documents/Section%20621%20FNPRM%20Summary.pdf