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Introducing New York City’s Media Center in DUMBO, Brooklyn

A place where storytellers from multiple disciplines, industries and platforms create, collaborate, connect and incubate across a spectrum of programs, events and experiences.

“The MINY Media Center is the reason why artists move to Brooklyn”- Fast Company

We bring together innovators in film, video, gaming, technology and more through education, mentorship, entrepreneurship and content creation.

Site of the new IFP Made in New York Media Center

Site of the new IFP Made in New York Media Center

“A Place for Women Tech Entrepreneurs to Network” – Margaret Wallace’s Interview with Crains

CEO at ConsumerBell, Ellie Cachette, pictured below in blue, was co-host with Margaret Wallace, CEO of Playmatics at this event.

CEO at ConsumerBell, Ellie Cachette, pictured below in blue, was co-host with Margaret Wallace, CEO of Playmatics at this event.

“When Margaret Wallace, founder and chief of online gaming startup Playmatics, moved to New York from Silicon Valley in 2005, she had already launched two tech companies, both backed by venture capitalists along Menlo Park’s famous Sand Hill Road.

But in trying to raise funds for her third startup, called Rebel Monkey, Ms. Wallace found the Big Apple a tougher nut to crack. ‘New York is wonderful, and Silicon Alley is such a vibrant community,” she said recently.

In and Around New York City: The Reservoir of Central Park (Photos)

In and around Manhattan… The Central Park Reservoir is one of my most favorite places in Manhattan. Here are some photos I’ve snapped there. The Reservoir holds a billion gallons of water and takes up 106 acres of the park….

One of the Many Beatiful Views from the Reservoir in Central Park NYC

The Reservoir used to supply water to the city of New York but has been decommissioned. It still provides water to other lakes in the park, such as Harlem Meer.

The city skyline taken from across the Reservoir in Central Park, NYC. The water embodies106 acres of the park.