BronxNet Prepares Bronx Residents to Produce TV



As a Bronx resident, you have a choice between two locations where you can learn to create your own independent television program. BronxNet will conduct a cycle of television production workshops, from July 12, 2016 through September 3, 2016. Bronxites may choose between BronxNet East at Mercy College in the Hutchinson Metro Center and BronxNet’s network operations at Lehman College in the West Bronx.


Media and film industry-trained producers and directors will train participants in all aspects of studio or location production, covering everything from videography to audio recording, to lighting, directing and more.


Bronx residents who complete a cycle of training become certified public access producers, and giving them access to production equipment and airtime on BronxNet channels.


“Bronx residents are creating amazing and diverse independent programs as a result of their participation in our production workshops, and so can you. Our doors are open and our resources are available to help you express yourself through media,” said BronxNet Executive Director Michael Max Knobbe.


The registration fee for studio production workshop is $90 and $100 for field production. Contact BronxNet’s Training Department at or call (718) 960-1181 for registration details.


BronxNet is the independent not-for-profit organization serving the people of the Bronx through the provision of media production training, access to technology, and cable television channels. BronxNet programs six channels – 33, 34, 35, 36, 37 and 38 on the Verizon FiOS system and six channels – 67, 68, 69, 70, 951 and 952 – on the Cablevision system in the Bronx. BronxNet’s ultra-local programming helps connect the Bronx with the World while our training programs and partnerships are a part of community development through media.

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