Thank you for helping MTN with one of it's most successful fundraising efforts!
MTN was able to raise $5,638 through bids on online auction items and direct donations. All of these funds will go directly to making our move successful. This includes paying for the deconstruction and reconstruction of studio A's light grid, buying new editing room chairs, and much more!
We are still raising $20k to help with the construction of Studio A and new equipment. If you know a local business that would like to have naming rights for Studio A or Studio B have them contact our marketing Manager, Paige @ firstname.lastname@example.org
To DONATE to MTN's move go to www.mtn.org and click on our donate button.
MTN Moving Details
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. We will be moving March 16th - March 31st.
All equipment check out to producers must be returned by March 16th, so we can inventory all of MTN's assets from furniture to cameras. Our editing suites and equipment will reopen on Wednesday April 1, 2015 at Noon pending any lengthy moving delays. Check out www.mtn.org for updates on the move.
MTN's iMovie Software Update
REMINDER: After June 1st, MTN will no longer support iMovie HD or iMovie 9. You will be able to sign up for your $10 iMovie upgrade class starting March 9th!
Classes will run in April and May at the new location. The iMovie Upgrade Classes will stop running after May- so don’t miss out on this special discount opportunity! (Members who do not take the upgrade class will be required to take our regular, full price iMovie class before they can continue editing after June 1st) Sign up starting March 9th and talk to the front desk or Jessica if you have any questions!
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