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NYC Media Group is a newly formed entity responsible for managing and programming the City of New York’s media assets, as of 2004. NYC Media Group has properties in broadcast and cable television, radio and the web.


As the premier outlet for New York City based programming, NYC Media Group is redefining the role of media in government.


Based in New York City, NYC Media Group is responsible for the television programs shown on cable channels 25 (22 for Cablevision subscribers), 71, 73 and 74. The primary stations run by the group are NYCTV (cable channel 74) and WNYE-TV (broadcast channel 25/DTV 24), the rest are out-sourced by independent contractors. Midtown Manhattan, looking north from the Empire State Building, 2005 New York City (officially named the City of New York) is the most populous city in the United States, and is at the center of international finance, politics, communications, music, fashion, and culture. ... The former Crosswalks channel 74, NYCTV is the City of New Yorks cable television channel. ... WNYE-TV is the TV station of the New York City Board of Education, with studios in Brooklyn. ...


The group also runs 91.5 WNYE on the radio, as well as RadioNYC, the city's telephone hold system, when calling 911 and 311.


Many of the existing programs are carry-overs from the previous existing entities of Crosswalks NY and NYC TV. Some of the more popular shows include Cool In Your Code, Secrets of New York, $9.99, What's Cooking At Gracie?, Paradetown USA, Fashion In Focus, The Seven Secrets of Grand Central Terminal, Blueprint: New York City and New York Noise all of which air or have aired on WNYE during prime time. The clock in the Main Concourse © 2004 Metropolitan Transportation Authority Grand Central Terminal (often still called Grand Central Station, although technically that is the name of the nearby post office and New York City Subway station on the IRT Lexington Avenue Line) is a train station at 15 Vanderbilt Avenue... Prime time is the block of programming on television during the middle of the evening. ...


In 2005, NYC Media Group won eight NY Emmy Awards for their exceptional programs.


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  • NYC Media Group

IMDB Links

  • $9.99
  • Access Mayor
  • Applevision
  • Blueprint: New York City
  • City Drive Live
  • The City That Never Sleeps
  • Coming of Age
  • Cool In Your Code
  • Council 51
  • Everyday, Everywhere
  • Fashion In Focus
  • Fashion Week Diaries
  • The History Channel Presents
  • Inside the Archives
  • Media City
  • New City Classics
  • New York Noise
  • Paradetown, USA
  • Secrets of New York
  • The Seven Secrets of Grand Central Station
  • Shaping the City With the City Planning Commission
  • Steel Band Panorama
  • Taste NY
  • That's So New York
  • Tribeca Film Festival Presents
  • What's Cooking At Gracie?

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NYC Media Group - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (259 words)
NYC Media Group is a newly formed entity responsible for managing and programming the City of New York’s media assets, as of 2004.
NYC Media Group has properties in broadcast and cable television, radio and the web.
Based in New York City, NYC Media Group is responsible for the television programs shown on cable channels 25 (22 for Cablevision subscribers), 71, 73 and 74.
Mike Likes Bikes, The Ride, January 2003 (418 words)
New York City - As of press time, the impending strike by NYC transit workers was put on hold pending further negotiations.
But whether or not the strike actually happens, NYC cyclists have got to be happy with Mayor Bloomberg's handling of the threat.
And National Public Radio has also focused on the mayor's willingness to embrace the bicycle as a viable means of transportation in the city.
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