Media & Emerging Tech

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NYC BigApps BigBuild #2: Building Hardware and Software

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Nearly 200 people showed up to NYC BigApps' Second BigBuild Event this Saturday for one of NYC's premier tech showcase events.

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A Response to Todd Krizelman’s Open Letter to Mayor de Blasio on the Future of NYC’s Tech Community

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The following is a letter from our NYCEDC president, Kyle Kimball, in response to an open letter from Todd Krizelman to Mayor de Blasio, published on May 15 through VentureBeat.

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Made In New York Media Center Update

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The Made in New York Media Center by IFP has hosted more than 2,500 visitors since it opened over a month ago.

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New York City's Digital Leadership

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With 100% of objectives complete, the latest update to New York City's Digital Roadmap demonstrates the technological strides the City has made.

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Take The H.E.L.M. Finalists: At A Glance

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This year's 20 Take the H.E.L.M finalists were selected from a pool of over 300 applicants.

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Bringing WiFi to Long Island City: GOWEX

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As part of the Wireless Corridor Challenge, Mayor Bloomberg awarded grants to five organizations to expand free wireless networks in their neighborhoods. One of the awardees, GOWEX, explains what this means for Long Island City.

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Made in NYC Media Center Opens

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It's been a big week for NYC's media and entertainment industries. On Tuesday, the Mayor announced two new initiatives that will ensure NYC's continued media prominence in the Digital Age.

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Made In NY Media Center

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The new Made in NY Media Center by IFP is set to open soon. Whether you’re a storyteller, technologist, or entrepreneur, you will find collaborators, events, classes, and resources to incubate your great ideas at this new space in DUMBO.

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NYCEDC and NFTE Announce Second Year of NYC Generation Tech, a Program to Provide High School Students with Opportunities in Entrepreneurship and Technology

New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) and The Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE) today announced the launch of the second year of NYC Generation Tech (GenTech), a program designed to provide high school students across New York City with education and mentorship in entrepreneurship and technology, as well as inspire them to become a part of the City’s growing innovation ecosystem.

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Find out how Paperless Post was able to expand their growing tech business to Lower Manhattan with the help of NYCEDC.