Ever wanted to learn how to make media but film school seemed out of reach? Take classes at BronxNet, a nonprofit organization that offers media education classes for Bronx residents, from teenagers to adults. Learn production techniques in their state-of-the-art facility, and watch programming that covers local community, political and social issues and broadcasts on Bronx public access channels.

Videos from BronxNet

Get To Know The Bronx: City Island

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City Island is a small Bronx neighborhood that feels like a fishing village.

Savor The Bronx: Emilia's

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Located in Little Italy at the heart of the world famous Arthur Avenue, Emilia's offers classic Southern Italian cuisine, an outdoor patio, and an environment with a goal to make customers feel right at home.

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BronxNet programming is a doorway to all things Boogie Down as it features residents dishing on their neighborhoods-- they are the people who know the borough best! Bronxnet encourages locals to take ownership of their own narratives by teaching them to become refined storytellers.

People of all ages and cultures enjoy watching film and television, but the entertainment industry is run by many who do not represent the general population. Places like BronxNet make television production accessible for the everyday creative, and to get a leg up in starting a career in media. It’s never too early or late to learn: classes for teens are available, in addition to for-credit internship opportunities for students to gain that competitive edge, as youth can create media by teens and for teens.

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