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In [[2293]], the FNN sent a reporter and cameraperson to cover the maiden voyage of the {{USS|Enterprise|NCC-1701-B|-B}}. ({{m|TNG|Star Trek: Generations}})
 
In [[2293]], the FNN sent a reporter and cameraperson to cover the maiden voyage of the {{USS|Enterprise|NCC-1701-B|-B}}. ({{m|TNG|Star Trek: Generations}})
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In [[2386]], on [[First Contact Day]], the FNN broadcast footage of the devastating attack on Mars by "rogue synths". ({{e|ST|Children of Mars}})
   
 
In [[2388]] (on [[stardate]] 65776.64), the Federation News Network reported that the [[Vulcan Science Academy]] knew of the threat posed by the [[Hobus supernova]] to [[Romulus]], but refused to assist the Romulans in preventing their planet's destruction. This resulted in the widespread condemnation of {{dis|Vulcan|planet}}, with numerous planets recalling their ambassadors to Vulcan. Two days later, the [[Federation Council]] voted to open an investigation into Vulcan's inaction, and the Academy's work with [[red matter]]. ({{web|ST|The Path to 2409}})
 
In [[2388]] (on [[stardate]] 65776.64), the Federation News Network reported that the [[Vulcan Science Academy]] knew of the threat posed by the [[Hobus supernova]] to [[Romulus]], but refused to assist the Romulans in preventing their planet's destruction. This resulted in the widespread condemnation of {{dis|Vulcan|planet}}, with numerous planets recalling their ambassadors to Vulcan. Two days later, the [[Federation Council]] voted to open an investigation into Vulcan's inaction, and the Academy's work with [[red matter]]. ({{web|ST|The Path to 2409}})

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The Federation News Network was a news and information organization operating in the United Federation of Planets, beginning as early as the 2260s.

History

Following the USS Lovell's mission to Outpost 5 in 2264, Lieutenant Commander Montgomery Scott noted that the work of the Corps of Engineers was rarely featured on the Federation News Network, but that they did deserve greater recognition. (SCE eBook: Foundations, Book One)

In 2293, the FNN sent a reporter and cameraperson to cover the maiden voyage of the USS Enterprise-B. (TNG movie: Star Trek: Generations)

In 2386, on First Contact Day, the FNN broadcast footage of the devastating attack on Mars by "rogue synths". (ST episode: "Children of Mars")

In 2388 (on stardate 65776.64), the Federation News Network reported that the Vulcan Science Academy knew of the threat posed by the Hobus supernova to Romulus, but refused to assist the Romulans in preventing their planet's destruction. This resulted in the widespread condemnation of Vulcan, with numerous planets recalling their ambassadors to Vulcan. Two days later, the Federation Council voted to open an investigation into Vulcan's inaction, and the Academy's work with red matter. (ST website: The Path to 2409)

Apela Luss worked for the network in 2401 and reported on the Klingon-Gorn War. Sona of Vulcan discussed the Archanis sector fight with the network in 2406. (ST website: The Path to 2409)

The Federation News Network is apparently a distinct organization from the Federation News Service.
See also: Federation Newsnet.

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News agencies and media in the United Federation of Planets
Organizations Altair Information Syndicate (AIS)Cable News Network (CNN)Drid Interstellar NewsFederation News Network (FNN)Federation NewsnetFederation News Service (FNS)Ferengi Commercial News (FCN)Intergalactic News NetworkInterplanetary PressNew American News ServicePangea News ServiceProlificomm IntergalaxProxima News Service (PNS)SebrotnizskeapoierfSolarcorp News ServiceStarfleet News ServiceSteriopolis PressSubNetTellar News Service (TNS)Trill News ServiceUnited Federation of Planets Infonet (UFPI)United Press Interstellar (UPI)United Sol System Information NetworkWTYX
Publications Albany Times-UnionAmsterdam NewsAtlanta ConstitutionBolarus and YouCorriere della Sera/The Evening CourierThe Day of the AndroidEliteFerengi AcquirerFree Vulcan GazetteThe GallianHarper's WeeklyInsider IllustratedLifeNew York AgeThe New York TimesPeopleThe Philadelphia EnquirerSan Diego ChronicleSan Francisco ChronicleSan Francisco RegisterSeekerSpace NewsThe Star DispatchThe Times-PicayuneThe TimesTombstone EpitaphUFP TodayUSA TodayVillage VoiceThe World
Programs Catching Up with NeelixFederation at WarIlluminating the City of LightMestiko This WeekNan's NewsnightNewstimei-NewsNewsNowTerra TonightThe Dr. Marv ShowThe Pascal Leight Show
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