Who We Are

Our Mission

To provide programming and opportunities to inspire, educate, inform, engage and promote community voices for the Bronx and beyond.

Our Vision

To engage and inspire the Bronx and the world.

What We Do

We create and produce public affairs programming addressing the concerns, interests, and cultures of the people of the Bronx.

We educate individual residents and not-for-profit organizations interested in producing their own programming.

We educate high school and college students in technical, artistic, managerial and editorial areas of television production and broadcasting, in preparation for entry into mainstream media.

BronxNet provides hands-on television production education, equipment access and channels for Bronx residents.

Award-winning BronxNet programs keep BronxNet in touch with the people, issues, neighborhoods and activities that make the borough what it is today.

High school and college students can prepare for media careers behind and in front of the camera through BronxNet’s Education Program for Future Media Professionals.

BronxNet programs are broadcast on channels 67, 68, 69, 70, 951 and 952 on Optimum and on 2133, 2134, 2135, 2136, 2137 and 2138 on Verizon Fios in the Bronx and live streamed all over the world via BronxNet.org. BronxNet’s slate of award-winning signature shows are available on-demand at BronxNet.org and the BronxNet YouTube page.

The vision for BronxNet came from dedicated Bronx officials, who worked with residents to create a fully equipped television station and media center that would be accessible to Bronx residents, students, community organizations and leaders. BronxNet went on air in July 1993. 

BronxNet has sites in the Northwest Bronx (Lehman College), East Bronx (Mercy University) and South Bronx (Corner of Brook and Westchester in the Hub).