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NYC Media Lab

NYC Media Lab connects companies seeking to advance new media technologies with university labs and talent in New York City. Launched by the New York City Economic Development Corporation, NYU-Poly, and Columbia University, NYC Media Lab is a public-private partnership encompassing all the universities of NYC. NYC Media Lab corporate members include AT&T, HBO, Hearst, Time Warner Cable, and Verizon. The Lab tackles the big questions facing the media industry today, with the goal of generating research and development, knowledge transfer, and talent development.

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Advice - The future is bright for journalism, but not for the old breed of journalists I was recently at a dinner convened around the future of media that included a handful of journalists and a good variety of individuals involved in the...
Advice - Insights from Mike Germano, Chief Digital Officer at Vice Media An ongoing curiosity at NYC Media Lab is how established media companies organize themselves to take advantage of new technologies. Many corporations pay special...
Advice - Vintage R&D principles from Kodak’s C.E. Kenneth Mees Conversations about corporate innovation often rely on a handful of iconic examples, such as Apple, Google, and Amazon. When it comes to companies that fail to innovate, one...
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AlleyTalk - Data Science for Business: What You Need to Know About Data Mining and Data-Analytic Thinking, written by Foster Provost and Tom Fawcett, has struck a chord with executives keen to explore the possibilities of data. As a professor...
Cool Tech - One of the pleasures of working at NYC Media Lab is having the opportunity to engage with innovators across the media arena, getting a window into how each of them goes about their craft. From R&D outfits to venture teams, from...

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