The most locally grown Online Auction EVER!!!
Get your local flavor/memorabilia and help MTN!
Thanks to the generosity of numerous MTN community partners, friends, colleagues, and members, MTN is putting up for sale—to the highest bidder—40 fantastic items, ranging from tickets to upcoming events and art work created by local artists to wonderful memorabilia and gift certificates for fabulous goods and services.
The MTN TELETHON AUCTION ends at 1:30 pm CT on Saturday, February 14—so bid now, and bid often. To discover what auction items are available, simply enter "MTN Telethon" in the Ebay search box (at www.ebay.com)
24 Hour Telethon @ MTN!!!
click on image to be directed to MTN website with more info on the telethon
To DONATE to MTN's move go to www.mtn.org and click on our donate button.
MTN will be moving to the Thorp Building, located at 1620 Central Avenue in Northeast Minneapolis’s central business corridor and managed by Bohm Commercial Real Estate in late March 2015.
The Telethon will also include a free-rangin’ music and entertainment event, live at MTN’s Studio A starting at 9 pm on Friday night and lasting well into Saturday morning. (For more details, please see our Eventbrite page at http://bit.ly/1yhjnZp.)
Appearing at this event will be a wide range of music acts, MTN entertainment legends Ian Rans, the reemergence of the famed “Freaky Deaky Show,” impromptu songs by Mark Mallman, Alexei Moon Casselle of “Kill the Vultures,” Downrange Telemetrics, Council Member Jacob Frey will stop by, Robin Robinson will be itnerviewed Saturday, and much more. “We are getting together a host of local talent—great musicians, quirky artists, edgy performers—all for the purpose of celebrating what is, and has long been, great about MTN,” said MTN’s Marketing and Outreach Manager, Paige Tighe. https://www.facebook.com/events/698248110273146/
MTN Orientations are the first step to becoming familiar with all the equipment you will have at your fingertips, classes to become certified to use this gear, and rules for submitting programs on MTN's public access channels.
If you can not make one of our regular orientations that are listed below, please contact Doug Cain using our staff contact form.
Name: CONNECT Program subject areas: Community affairs/events, government & politics, local issues, public conversations, news & information
Name: CREATE Program subject areas: Arts & leisure, lifestyle topics (including sports, documentaries & slice-of-life, humor &
comedy, food & cooking, families and parenthood, etc.), youth & education
Name: INSPIRE Program subject areas: Spiritual & religious programming, questions of philosophy & existence