BNN News & Articles

BNN is currently seeking a new Radio Station Manager for BNN Community Radio- WBCA-LP 102.9 FM. Click here to learn more.
BNN is providing opportunities for students to gain real-world experience through its Internship program. Applications are now being accepted. To apply, contact Membership Services at 617-708-3224.
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.
Registration begins Feb. 19th and ends March 30th, 2018 AT 11:59 p.m. online at youth.boston.gov

In celebration of Free Speech Week and Community Media Day, this Friday, October 20, 2017, come down to the Charles J. Beard II Media Center from 3:00 PM - 8:00 PM.

Let your voices be heard, celebrate Community Media Day with us: 

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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

Please visit the BNN Neighborhood Art Gallery where neighborhood art groups from across the city share their art at the BNN Charles J. Beard II Media Center. The April/May 2018 exhibit will feature various Boston artists.

Starting tonight at 8:00 PM, Boston Neighborhood Network (Comcast 9 | RCN 15 | Verizon 1961) will provide  90 minutes of live coverage and results from today's Preliminary Election in Boston, including the race for mayor and four contested district city council races.  Talk of the Neighborhoods host Joe Heisler will anchor the show.

BNN is pleased to announce our Summer & Fall training offerings.  All new field production and television studio production classes are being offered.

Space is limited so sign up now! Click here for the full list of upcoming classes.

Please visit the BNN Neighborhood Art Gallery where neighborhood art groups from across the city share their art at the BNN Charles J. Beard II Media Center. The August/September 2017 exhibit will feature various Boston artists.

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