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  • Public Media Network Announces New Board Members

  • Remi Harrington's Urban Folk Art Exploratory finds a home with the Kalamazoo County Land Bank

    Remi Harrington and Kelly Clarke with the Kalamazoo County Land Bank have collaborated to create important change in the community. By working together on development projects and having hard but important conversations, Harrington and the Land Bank’s work has resulted in strides to increase equity in land ownership in Kalamazoo.

  • Housing advocates seek homes for Kalamazoo residents amid housing crisis

    This year has seen a spike in aid and awareness for the homeless population in Kalamazoo. Individuals, local government and nonprofits have made donations, provided meals, and even set up a 90-day hotel intervention program. However, activists know these band aid fixes are just buying time, and are not substitutes for a secure home. Read the full article!

  • Neighborhood Voices Network: Meet Chris Glasser!

    Neighborhood Journalist Chris Glasser is using his voice to embrace the good, and work on the bad in the Kalamazoo Community. Read Chris's introduction of himself and his work below. 

  • OPINION: ‘Forever chemicals’ will be a problem forever unless more effort is put into regulation

    This article is a first-person narrative by PMN Journalist Raine Kuch

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    Connect with Local Government

    Gavel to gavel coverage of local municipal meetings keeps you engaged with the decisions of your local elected officials.

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    Turn Your Passion into Content

    Whether a novice or professional, you can create and deliver your message.

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    Community-Driven Media Hub

    Media that is controlled and shaped by you.  From podcasts to television programs, this is media that reflects the community.

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    Gain media skills in a hands-on learning environment.  MediaU courses provide you with the skills to become a media maker or to improve your skills. Create media to shift our local narratives.

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    We need people like you to help create local media.  Join us on local productions and learn media skills to share your story. We'll provide the training necessary to get started.

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    We partner with local nonprofit organizations to help increase their connections with the community.