Mayor's Office of Media and Entertainment Proposes New Rule Involving the "Made in NY" Marketing Credit

January 18, 2013 - The Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment is proposing a new rule involving the “Made in NY” Marketing Credit, which offers NYC-based film and television productions with a number of opportunities to promote their project in New York City. “Made in NY” productions are projects where at least 75% of the overall production was made in New York City; these productions can then apply and are approved for this program with marketing opportunities at various media outlets, including bus stops and City-owned television stations.

The purpose of this rule is to outline the application process for the program. These procedures govern the allocation of marketing credits, including the application process, standards for assessing evaluations, and other provisions necessary and appropriate for fulfilling the purposes of the Program.

Click here to read about the proposed rule in full. An opportunity to comment on the rule will take place on Wednesday, February 27 at 10am at 1697 Broadway, 6th floor. Prior to the hearing, you may submit written comments about the proposed rule to Jorge Hernandez electronically to by Thursday, February 21, 2013. To request a sign language interpreter or other reasonable accommodation for a disability at the hearing, please contact Mr. Hernandez by Wednesday, February 13, 2013. Written comments and a summary of oral comments received at the hearing will be available after the hearing at 1697 Broadway, 6th Floor, Monday–Friday, 9am-4pm.
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