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Tuesday November 21, 2017

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NYC Office of Film Launches New Website

NYC Office of Film Launches New Website

The NYC Office of Film, Theatre, and Broadcasting has launched a new website with a change in design, better navigation, and all of the office's resources. Users will be able to follow step by step instructions for permits, find jobs, and read more about the "Made in NY" Marketing Credit and logo. [Full Story…]

#Kickstarter-Inspired NY Startup Specializes in Unique #Electronics

#Kickstarter-Inspired NY Startup Specializes in Unique #Electronics

Inspired by Kickstarter, the Brooklyn-based founders of Grand St. are selling unique "electronics with heart." According to The Verge, founders Amanda Peyton, Joe Lallouz and Aaron Henshaw test products and select their favorites to feature for sale on their site with a photo and story about [Full Story…]

#Sandy Uncovers NY Startups’ Vulnerabilities

#Sandy Uncovers NY Startups' Vulnerabilities

Located mostly in lower Manhattan, NY Startups were disproportionately affected by the storm. Sites specializing in sales such as Warby Parker, Gilt Groupe and Fab,  were doubly hurt by the storm. Not only did the storm depress shopping in the Northeast, sales dropped because companies couldn’t fill [Full Story…]

The Four A’s Take to the Web Today with its “Open Advertising” Initiative

The Four A's Take to the Web Today with its "Open Advertising" Initiative

Heightening its efforts to appeal to a wider net of future employees, the NY-based advertising trade organization the Four A's, is directing its initiative at talented young people throughout varying industries. According to The New York Times, the centerpiece of their annual Transformation [Full Story…]

New Tech Site Launched Today by NY Endgadget Alumni

New Tech Site Launched Today by NY Endgadget Alumni

A technology focused website, The Verge, launched today and will feature tech news, features and popular topics surrounding the tech scene. The site is led by NY-based former Engadget editor, Josh Topolsky, who explains to Adweek that The Verge will not be "a stagnant, fixed entity, but an evolving, [Full Story…]

LI Police Use Online Sites For Investigation

LI Police Use Online Sites For Investigation

Long Island police are using law enforcement websites to help the investigation of 10 sets of human remains that were discovered along a beach parkway and across the island. The website include photos of jewelery worn,  reconstructive facial drawings of some of the victims and are being used to [Full Story…]

The Met Relaunches its Website

The Met Relaunches its Website

The Metropolitan Museum of Art has launched its new interactive website, which now gives users access to more than 340,000 works of art in the museum. The new features include: multimedia features on exhibitions, suggested itineraries for visitors and a new "streamlined" design. The museum had not [Full Story…]

Cuomo Uses CitizenConnects to Bridge Gap Between People and Government

Cuomo Uses CitizenConnects to Bridge Gap Between People and Government

Last week, Governor Cuomo initiated CitizenConnects, a new website that is aimed at closing the gap between the state government and its people, according to City Room. Cuomo chatted with NYers from the kitchen table of his Westchester County home in an online forum exchange, as he wrote, “Today was [Full Story…]

Cuomo Launches New Interactive Website

Cuomo Launches New Interactive Website

NY Governor Andrew Cuomo launched a new website this week in order to gain feedback, connect with residents and make his initiatives known. Starting today, Cuomo will host a series of "online Town Halls" on the new site, which can be found here. NY1 [Full Story…]

Hearst Converts Sites to HTML5

Hearst Converts Sites to HTML5

Hearst Magazine is revamping its digital strategy through the integration of HTML5, and will implement the platform on most of its websites throughout the remainder of 2011 and into 2012, according to Mark Weinberg, VP of programming and product strategy for Hearst Digital Media. Formerly named one [Full Story…]

SeatGeek Upgrades Website and Ad Platform

SeatGeek Upgrades Website and Ad Platform

Image via CrunchBaseAccording to the next web, the NY startup SeatGeek has just completely redesigned its site, which includes a new self-serve platform for advertisers. SeatGeek, a live events search engine, has redesigned its site so that the event pages contain more depth and texture. The site [Full Story…]

Women’s Wear’s Website Gets a Makeover

Women's Wear's Website Gets a Makeover

According to min online, Women's Wear Daily's website, the site of the NY-based magazine, will be getting a makeover which includes a new design and layout. The improved design has a tri-column structure that puts an image carousel in the upper left and a column of breaking news at the center. The [Full Story…]

The Levo League Aims to Help Gen Y Women Rise

The Levo League Aims to Help Gen Y Women Rise

The Levo League is a new, NY-based website launched by Caroline Ghosn that aims to lifting up Generation Y professional women through a vibrant online and physical network that provides mentoring and job help. The latest version of the site was launched on July 6th and is financing itself through [Full Story…]

Engadget Veterans Start Work on New SB Nation Tech Site, Will Be Based in Union Square

Engadget Veterans Start Work on New SB Nation Tech Site, Will Be Based in Union Square

After they left AOL for a various reasons (including disagreements with the company about their approach to content), Engadget veterans Josh Topulsky, Nilay Patel and Paul Miller started work on a new consumer tech site that has yet to be named.  The site will launch under the SB Nation brand, which [Full Story…]

WordPressNYC Relaunches WPNYC.org

WordPressNYC Relaunches WPNYC.org

WordPressNYC, the site for the WordPress Community in NY,  recently relaunched their new group website which is built on WordPress and BuddyPress.  The site, which was originally built live at the WordPressNYC meetup, is used by the community to network, post job listings and use as a teaching [Full Story…]