The history of JMN Studios dates back to James' childhood when he would dream up shows and a production studio under his lofted bed in his bedroom.
The JMN Studios – called The J. Molnar Studios when created in 1995 and later JMN (the James Molnar Network) in 2001 – is continuing its promise to communicate to audiences via design, production and multimedia projects.
Since its founding by James A. Molnar, the production house promotes the human spirit and the joy to which it is connected. With its Web platform, the JMN Studios is poised to deliver this dynamic content in high quality on its uniquely designed project sites.
When The James Molnar Network was formed from the J. Molnar Studios on January 1st, 2001, its new promise was to be the “network of the future.” At the forefront was a new interminable goal of being a network of well-stringed studios that work together to create great shows and specials.
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The J. Molnar Studios were created in 1995 with its one and only show, 20 Action News. After a couple of years, it was evident that one show could not contain the creative power and boom of the studios. This led to more shows being created. 20 Action News then became The Newsroom, in order to show that the studios were original and fresh. In 1999, their future was set when their first awards show, The American Animal Awards, which premiered in April. Since that spring, the studios have never been the same. More shows, such as The Jail Cell and Let's Crack that Safe!, were produced. This highlighted the multifariousness of the J. Molnar Studios and its continued growth.
The James Molnar Network was formed from the J. Molnar Studios on January 1st, 2001. Its new promise was to be the “network of the future.” The reason for the change was a new interminable goal of being a network of well-stringed studios that work together to create great shows and specials. The same month of the formation of JMN, The JMNewsletter was created. The monthly newspaper about the James Molnar Network was sent to supporters to inform them about current news and event surrounding JMN. The JMNewsletter was a smash hit and published more than 180 pages of print before the printing press were turned off because of James going to college.
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