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Open Position: Creative Production Coordinator (Full Time, 59th Street)

MNN’s Creative Production Coordinator will create on-air graphics that convey the MNN brand and will shoot and edit promotional media that helps MNN effectively communicate its desired message to different stakeholders on various media platforms. The Creative Production Coordinator reports to MNN’s Managing Director of Access Services.
Responsibilities

Create on-air branding elements and interstitials for MNN channels ()

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Open Position: Production Coordinator (Full Time, 59th St)

MNN’s Production & Facilitation Department seeks a Production Coordinator to join the MNN team that provides training and assistance to Manhattan residents wishing to both use our equipment for and learn about video production, video editing and preparing programs for cablecast. This is a unique opportunity to join the growing community media movement and to ()

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Open Position: Media Acquisitions Coordinator (Full- Time, 59th Street)

Media Acquisitions Coordinator (Full- Time, 59th Street)
Manhattan Neighborhood Network’s Media Acquisitions Coordinator will work to identify and acquire existing high-quality, locally-oriented media made by Manhattan­-based individuals and community organizations that can be used as content for MNN program channels and various MNN digital distribution platforms. The ability to establish successful partnerships with these individuals and ()

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Weekly News From the President: Is Charter Spectrum Moving Your PEG Channel?

2018 Webinars Begin Soon 
We’ll start up our 2018 Webinar series on February 28th at 3:00 pm Eastern with “A Legal and Technical Update on Closed Captioning for PEG Channels”. We’ll review the latest policy and legal issues that local governments and community channels need to consider, and look at how technical options for captioning are ()

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Open Position: Media Education & Training Specialist

Media Education & Training Specialist

The Media Education & Training Specialist performs a variety of duties related to designing, leading, and facilitating a variety of curriculum for youth and adults in media arts education.  This position will create a comfortable and creatively stimulating learning environment for people from all walks of life including the general public, ()

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Weekly News From the President: Tell Us About Your Local News Efforts

Martin Luther King Jr.’s Legacy 
This year marks the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.’s death, and today marks a national commemoration of his life and enduring legacy.
I hope you take time to think about that legacy in your work in community, for your community.  The potential that all people have to make a difference ()

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Open Position: Executive Director

JOB DESCRIPTION AND INVITATION FOR APPLICATIONS:
NSCC/CTV (Roseville, Minnesota area): EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
The North Suburban Communications Commission (NSCC), and its associated nonprofit organization CTV North Suburbs (“CTV”), invites applications for the position of Executive Director. NSCC is a joint powers venture by the cities of Arden Hills, Falcon Heights, Lauderdale, Little Canada, Mounds View, New Brighton, North ()

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Weekly News From the President: WYWOTY?

 
WYWOTY?
Welcome to 2018!  I hope you have survived the various and sundry holiday traditions we all jointly and individually hold dear, endured bombo-genesis, and made it through a host of end-of-year lists.
My favorite of these year-end list traditions is Word of the Year (or WOTY); that defines our collective zeitgeist or a mass cultural mood ()

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Weekly News From the President: Net Neutrality Vote by FCC – Thursday’s Child

Thursday’s Child
Thursday was a crappy news day if you like independent and local media.
If you own Disney or Fox stock, are a telecom investor or cable operator, or own lots of broadcast licenses, you probably don’t share that opinion.
In one single day, the FCC vacated its Open Internet rules and threatened states and cities that ()

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Weekly News From the President: Net Neutrality Vote is Thursday

The FCC will be holding their December open meeting this Thursday. It’s widely expected that the Pai Commission will overturn the current Net Neutrality rules on a partisan 3-2 vote.
What comes next?  Expect a series of lawsuits from a host of advocates civil rights groups, small businesses and even some ISPs, and a ruling in ()

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