Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D
A Good Day To Die Hard
Star Trek Into Darkness
Man Of Steel
Iron Man 3
Killing Them softly
The Expendables 2
The Bourne Legacy
Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter
Men In Black
Snow White and The Huntsman
Changing The Game
Underworid - Awakening
The Girl with The Dragon Tattoo
Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol
Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy
Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows
Person Of Interest
More than just a local TV station, MNN is the largest public access cable network in the nation with programs airing in over 40 languages. We also offer free training in video production, editing, and broadcasting to Manhattan residents who wish to become Certified Producers with MNN.
We actively strive to empower Manhattan residents to exercise their First Amendment rights in an open, uncensored, and equitable forum.
MNN is responsible for administering the public access cable TV services in Manhattan. Our purpose is to ensure the ability of Manhattan residents to exercise their First Amendment rights through moving image media to create opportunities for communication, education, artistic expression and other non-commercial uses of video facilities on an open and equitable basis.
In providing services, we seek to involve the diverse racial, ethnic and geographic communities of Manhattan in the electronic communication of their varied interest, needs, concerns and identities.
PhillyCAM is the non-profit designated by the City of Philadelphia to operate its public access television network.
On October 23, 2009 PhillyCAM started cablecasting on Comcast 66/966 and Verizon 29/30. This is a landmark achievement in a city that fought for 27 years to finally get its public access television.
The purpose and intent of the PhillyCAM is to operate a vibrant community media center in Philadelphia which is accessible and welcoming to all residents and provides a valuable means for people to gain access to and training in the use of new digital media technologies, including computers, Internet, radio, video, and television, that enable people to address the diverse social and cultural needs of their communities. All Philadelphians, not just the influential, will have the opportunity to make and watch programs about themselves, their lives, and interests, as well as utilize other new technologies.
The mission of the PhillyCAM is to provide Philadelphia residents and organizations with the opportunity to communicate with each other through the creation and distribution of non-commercial media. PhillyCAMprovides residents and community organizations access to media-making tools, training and opportunities for interaction between diverse communities.