Made in NY Media Center is reteaming with the Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment for a second year on Made in NY Fellowships, a year-long program that strives to foster a diverse media industry and provide resources and opportunities for New Yorkers to bring their media projects to the next level.
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The prolific director discusses his latest film "Microbe and Gasoline," in a Masterclass hosted at the Made in NY Media Center by IFP.
The prolific director discusses his latest film "Microbe and Gasoline," in a Masteclass hosted at the Made in NY Media Center by IFP.
Nearly 200 of the borough's best minds gathered last night for our first-ever Brooklyn Innovation Awards.
The immersive film company Interlude will be at the Made in NY Media Center Tuesday night for a tutorial on interactive film creation. Check out Magnified: Interlude on How to Create Your Own Interactive Film.
Little Starship Productions, along with eight other early-stage projects representing innovative approaches to diverse disciplines such as film, virtual reality software, installation art/design, gaming, journalism and community building, have been designated to receive Made in NY Entrepreneur Innovation Grants of $5,000 to $10,000 in equity- and stake-free funding. The Grants were open to individuals and businesses residing in or operating primarily in New York City.
Dumbo’s city-funded Made in NY Media Center just announced its first year of Entrepreneur Innovation Grants and Made in NY Fellowships.
Billed as a media and tech happy hour, the Made in NY Media Center in Dumbo is inviting media and tech folks to get together and get to know each other. It’s the Media + Tech Founders Happy Hour.
About a half dozen startups showcased their tech at yesterday's Demo Day event at the Made in NY Media Center by IFP. ProductionPro, however, snagged top honors.
The Brooklyn-based startup incubator has selected four of its in-house entrepreneurs to make presentations to panelists, including Babur Habib, co-founder of software company Kno Inc., and angel investor Tanya Prive, CEO of Onevest, who has backed CoFoundersLab.com.