Started back in 1999, Lansing’s Neighborhood Network has set forth in bringing a new outlook on the world of local public access. The Village of Lansing’s own television channel is available to anyone in Lansing who has access to cable TV or the Internet. Originally dubbed Lansing’s Neighborhood Network (LNN), the Channel 4 logo was added when Comcast’s channel 4 became the primary Village access channel. Since those early days, many village residents have chosen other carriers for their television viewing.
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The mission of the Lansing Neighborhood Network (Channel 4) is to provide the technical resources and support needed for the residents of Lansing to inform each other and be informed about people and events in their neighborhood.
It is our belief that the more the people of the neighborhood know their neighbors and what is happening in the their community, the better will be the quality of that neighborhood.
LNN provides professionally produced community-based audiovisual programs, production resources and training for residents with the desire and ability to create community-based audio visual programming, an up to date calendar of neighborhood events and issues, and a 24 hour cable access channel available to any cable subscriber in the Village.
LNN Channel 4 is dedicated to providing community access to the television airwaves in the Village of Lansing and surrounding viewing area for the distribution of community originated programs both featuring community dialogue, entertainment and individual self-expression through television, the Internet, and other electronic media.ke to show.