NYXT.NYC Hits 100 Content Partner Milestone with Greenpeace

NYXT.NYC, the emerging cable channel and digital platform in New York City, is thrilled to announce the addition of a 100th content partner to its on-air and digital lineup. Greenpeace, a global organization using peaceful protest and creative communication to expose environmental problems and promote solutions, is now a NYXT.NYC content partner, helping the channel to reach this massive milestone.

Since launching in August 2016, NYXT.NYC has broadcast content from non-profit organizations and city institutions as a means to give viewers the tools to live a more enriching life and build connections. Other NYXT.NYC content partners, such as Amnesty International, Idealist.org, the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, PETA, and the John Jay College of Criminal Justice, have seen their content broadcast on NYXT thousands of times over the past 2 ½ years and continue to air on television each and every day.

“We are thrilled to partner with Greenpeace, and it’s an honor to showcase their content on NYXT.NYC,” says MNN President and CEO Dan Coughlin. “The fact that we’ve come to agreements with 100 organizations to broadcast their content on NYXT.NYC demonstrates how vital our work is and how much hunger there is for it in the community.”

NYXT.NYC is a project of the Manhattan Neighborhood Network, a 28-year-old non-profit community media center offering a wide array of media production, education, and distribution services for Manhattan residents and community organizations. NYXT.NYC can be seen in Manhattan on Spectrum channel 1992 or FiOS channel 38, as available streaming worldwide at www.nyxt.nyc/live.

To learn more about NYXT.NYC, how to become a NYXT.NYC content partner, or to book an interview, contact Jay Silverman at jaysilverman@mnn.org.

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