"Made in NY" Marketing Credit Showcases Local Films and TV in September
September 4, 2012 - This month, the “Made in NY” Marketing Credit showcases a mix of independent films, new series and a music-focused news show. Advertising for the productions will be seen in subways, on bus shelters and in Taxi-TV.
Knuckleball, which follows Major League Baseball’s only knuckleballers in 2011 – NY Mets pitcher R.A. Dickey and Boston Red Sox Tim Wakefield – premieres in New York on September 20.
The documentary How to Survive a Plague chronicles the story of ACT Up and TAG, two coalitions whose activism changed the face of medical treatment for AIDS. The film is in theatres on September 21.
In “Made in Jersey,” Janet Montgomery stars as Jersey-born Martina who tries to stay true to her roots as she works to move up the ranks in a prestigious law firm in New York City. The series premieres on Friday, September 28 at 9pm on CBS.
“FUSE News” goes deep into the music scene to bring viewers the latest news. The show airs weekdays at 5pm on Fuse.
The “Made in NY” Marketing Credit provides free co-branded advertising to productions that shoot the majority of their projects in the five boroughs. To learn more about the marketing credit, click here.