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Stacked Up
Stacked Up TV is a quirky mash-up of Oprah's Book Club and MTV's Cribs. Each two-minute episode showcases a writer giving us a private tour of his or her library. Ultimately, we end up with an intimate portrait of a writer disguised as a conversation about books.



 

Stand Up and Be Counted
Stand Up and Be Counted is a video series created by NYU graduate journalism students about the importance OF THE 2010 US Census and is the result of a partnership that reaches across City agencies and extends to the US Census, and New York University.




 

That's So New York
New York City is the capital of the world, and "That's So New York" captures all the unique happenings around town that underscore its distinctive character. Join a variety of hosts as they showcase special events around the Big Apple.




Toni On! New York
Toni On! New York features host Toni Senecal as she takes on New York's offbeat and unusual locations. join your hip travel guide Toni as she visits places that make NYC so unique.




Under the Pink Carpet
"Under the Pink Carpet" is the first LGBT themed series to air on NYC life, underscoring the station's commitment to diversity through programming that reflects New York City and its residents. The program represents the only television series to report on who's who and what's hot in gay and lesbian arts, culture and entertainment, focusing on music, theatre, film, television, arts, culture, nightlife, sports and other events of interest to the gay community. Segments center on interviews with high profile celebrities as well as personalities from the realm of underground and cutting edge LGBT society.




 

V-Me Niños
On July 28, 2009 Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg and Carmen DiRienzo, President and CEO of V-Me, launched "NYC life presents V-Me Niños", the City's first-ever block of educational, Spanish-language programming for children.




 

Very Appetizing
The restaurant industry is a vital cog in the city's economic engine - it keeps 170,000 New Yorkers employed. In fact, a little over 7,000 restaurants operate in the five boroughs. That's why Very Appetizing is dedicated to showing you this side of the city. Hosted by food personality and NYC Media's very own Kelly Choi, Very Appetizing provides info on some of the tastiest restaurants in the city's five boroughs.



 

Video Music Box
Video Music Box - presented by Music Legend Ralph McDaniels - spans the world of Hip Hop, Reggae, R&B and Dance with interviews, videos and exclusive concerts. For more, go to facebook.com/ralphmcdaniels or twitter.com/videomusicbox.



 

When Did the Statue of Liberty Turn Green and Other Questions About New York City
The New-York Historical Society and NYC Media, the official network of the City of New York, have partnered to produce a special series of one minute videos that feature the staff of the New York Historical Society as they answer some of the most captivating questions ever posed to them about the City’s fascinating and unique history.

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