Countdown to Supporting SPNN in 2009!

You still have three days to make a tax-deductible donation to St Paul Neighborhood Network in 2009. Your support helps us provide local, independent and diverse media in St Paul. It helps up teach media production and civic engagement skills to youth in our…Read More

Tell your member of Congress you support community television!

We're asking everyone who supports SPNN and community media to contact their Congress members about the Community Access Preservation Act, or CAP Act. Please go to the following link, enter your zip code, and ask your representatives to support community…Read More

Thank you for supporting SPNN at GiveMN.org!

We heard from a lot of people who supported SPNN on Give to the Max Day, and we want to say thank you if you gave to SPNN. If you didn't make a donation yesterday, the fact is you can still make a big impact by giving to SPNN through www.GiveMN.org. All of…Read More

Give to the Max Day at Givemn.org!

It is Give to the Max day at givemn.org! We hope you will contribute to SPNN. Every gift given today, November 17th, on the givemn.org website will receive a portion of the $500,000 match pledged by local foundations. Also, givemn.org will pay the…Read More

Updates on the Neighborhood Video Project

We're working with youth at Skyline Towers in Saint Paul to teach them local history and media making. We're in week two of this cool project. You can get an update here http://bit.ly/zSvxd Mike W

CAP Act introduced in the U-S House - You can help!

Rep Tammy Baldwin of WI has introducted HR 3745, the Community Access Preservation Act or CAP Act, which helps preserve community access television in the U-S. We'd like all of our supporters to ask their Congressional representatives to be a co-sponsor of…Read More

Story about SPNN on CNN

I wanted to pass along an exciting story: CNN covered one of our programs this past weekend, profiling the work of Ron Kennebrew and First Lutheran Church, which produces a regular program by homeless men in Saint Paul. Here's the link to the…Read More
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