The "Made in NY" Marketing Credit showcases various productions
that film in the five boroughs. Photos courtesy of MOME.
May 5, 2014 - Providing free advertising to productions that film at least 75 percent of their project in NYC, the “Made in NY” Marketing Credit this month showcases two series and an independent film.
The second season of “Orange Is the New Black” will be available to viewers in June. The Netflix series follows protagonist Piper and her fellow inmates as they deal with life behind bars and the lives they left behind.
“Big Morning Buzz Live” on VH1 brings viewers the latest in pop culture news, celebrity interviews and live performances. The series, hosted by Nick Lachey, airs weekdays at 10am.
In Stand Clear of the Closing Doors, an autistic teen takes to the subway after being scolded by his mother. The film opens at Cinema Village on May 23.
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.
The marketing credit also extends to subway cards.
Photos courtesy of MOME.