Welcome to the Boston Neighborhood Network website where you can get information about our history and the services we provide Boston residents, nonprofit and community-based organizations and the general public. You will find our television channel schedules and many opportunities to participate in our programs and events. You can also sign up to become a member or register for a workshop.

Support BNN: Your support will help us continue our efforts to prepare the next generation of media makers and to give seniors the tools they need to participate in the digital age. Help us build an informed citizenry and ensure Bostonian's First Amendment Rights. We appreciate the generosity of all our supporters and hope you will consider adding your name to our supporter list.  Click to view the complete list of BNN Supporters

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WHAT'S NEW AT BNN:

Boston, MA, January 9, 2017- After 20 years as General Manager for Boston Neighborhood Network (BNN)- and a total of 31 years with the organization- Curtis Henderson, Jr. has announced his retirement effective May 31, 2017.  Until then he will be involved in activities supporting the organization's transition to his successor.  The BNN Board of Directors has appointed Susan M. O'Connor as Transition Manager to oversee ongoing operations.

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 January/February 2017 exhibit will feature various Boston artists.

ExtraHelp is a weekly, live, homework hotline television series providing help to Boston students. Elementary, middle and high school students can watch the show and call or email ExtraHelp teachers to receive help with their homework, help clarify a problem they may be having in a particular subject or prepare for MCAS and SAT tests.

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