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$9.99
$9.99 returns for an all-new season with a brand new host: NYC life's Dave Evans. Join him as he explores diverse neighborhoods in all five boroughs and finds places to visit and things to do...all for under ten bucks!

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92nd Street Y
Over the past seventy-five years, the stage of the 92nd Street Y (92Y) has been graced by fascinating people, including Nobel Laureates and world leaders, giants of literature and science, as well as legendary entertainers and artists. Tune in each week to 92Y on NYC life and watch conversations from its vast archives.

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  Appetite City
Noted author and former New York Times restaurant critic William Grimes brings his epicurean knowledge to Appetite City, a new series on NYC life (Channel 25) that tells the history of New York City through its iconic food.

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  Art/Trek NYC
Art/Trek NYC branches out to the five boroughs in a quest to showcase new and emerging artists in the latest series premiering on NYC life (Channel 25). Traveling in the show’s signature mobile art gallery – a converted recreational vehicle, nicknamed the ArtV – host CJ Follini joins a different borough-specific guest host in each episode to meet a rising artist who’s on the verge of breaking into New York City’s competitive art scene.

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  Asian America
Tune into Asian America to learn how Asian Americans influence and affect America's general public. Asian America provides unbiased and viewer friendly content that informs and educates the public about issues concerning Asia and Asian Americans.  The show does this by featuring outstanding Asian Americans who are moving, shaking and shaping their communities.

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  Best of New York
Best of New York is the television companion to New York magazine's eagerly-awaited annual guide to everything that makes the City great - food, shopping, nightlife, pampering, play and beyond.

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  Big City, Little Neighborhoods
Big City, Little Neighborhoods highlights different ethnic communities in the City.

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The Big Quiz Thing
Each week three teams test their knowledge of NYC trivia with Quiz Master Noah Tarnow and his sidekick, EDP.

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Blueprint  Blueprint
Have you ever walked down a street and spotted a building that caught your fancy? Well, the wraps are finally coming off some of the City's most impressive landmarks. Watch "Blueprint: New York City," a show that takes you in and around buildings that grab the attention of visitors and native New Yorkers alike. Let NYC life take you behind the scenes at City Hall, Gracie Mansion and other NYC greats.

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Book Case TV  Book Case TV
A program about books, the people who write them, for book lovers. The show aims at providing a fresh and entertaining look at the publishing world, by showcasing a vast array of newly released books and by promoting writers, established or not so, to the general public.

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Brindiamo  Brindiamo!
Brindiamo! celebrates all things Italian as hostess Ornella Fado goes inside some of the City's best Italian restaurants and brings Italian cuisine and lifestyle right into your living room.

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  Brooklyn Savvy
Brooklyn Savvy deals with issues that impact contemporary women, focusing on news and events important to the community. In each episode, a panel of ethnically and racially diverse women and featured guests share life experiences and insights on how to create a meaningful and successful life. The series focuses on real conversations about issues that impact the daily lives of women and the challenges women face living in an urban setting. The mission of Brooklyn Savvy is to inspire, inform and empower women through sharing commonalities and giving voice to these concerns.

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  City Classics
“City Classics” on NYClife chronicles the compelling, humorous, extraordinary stories that have shaped New York City. Each show draws on newly uncovered footage from deep within the city’s film archives. Whether it’s a celebrity from television’s golden age, national news as it unfolds or a one in a million moment that makes you say, “Only in New York”, “City Classics” presents a vibrant look at life in the Big Apple. Reflecting the collection itself, “City Classics” is a selection of rare historical moments from the greatest city in the world!

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  City Gridiron
Taking a close look at the highly charged world of New York City football, City Gridiron reveals the inspirational passion displayed by the City’s players and coaches. After meeting the players in the PSAL (NYC's Public School Athletic League), viewers will gain a new respect for the quality football players coming out of the five boroughs as they watch NYC’s elite student-athletes compete for championships and a chance to play on the next level.

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  City Hardwood
City Hardwood follows legendary coach Tiny Morton, famous for developing elite college prospects and NBA players from his talented squad. Tiny knows better than anyone that being a high school coach in Brooklyn means focusing not only on the Xs & Os but also on keeping young men in the gym and out of trouble.

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CityScoop
"CityScoop" is a fun, weekly round-up of activities taking place
in and around New York City.  From major cultural events to notable government intiatives and announcements, "CityScoop" delivers the scoop on what's happening in the City.

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Concierge On-Call
World class concierge Michael Fazio is getting out from behind the desk and taking his show on the road! As Concierge On-Call he will travel the City uncovering what makes New York unique (and won’t break your wallet). Be it a former movie palace on Staten Island, a hip bookstore in Dumbo, or a user friendly wine shop at the South Street Seaport -- get ready to be surprised and delighted by Fazio’s finds.

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Cooking with Joe Tuna
Cooking with Joe tuna, the only late-night cooking show around, brings viewers inside the new Fulton Fish Market as Joe Tuna shares his favorite recipes for shrimp, salmon, catfish and, of course, tuna.

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Digital Age
Hosted by Jim Zirin, Digital Age is a widely acclaimed TV talk show discussing how the Internet has transformed contemporary life and culture.

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Doggie Moms
Doggie Moms follows a group of New York City women whose lives revolve entirely around their dogs – doggie dates, birthday parties, weddings, meet-ups, pageants, fashion shows, costume contests, fundraisers, you name it. These doggie moms are tenacious about ensuring the best for their babies, pinning all of their hopes and dreams on their four-legged, furry "children."

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Dylan's Lunchbox
Dylan's Lunch Box features teen food critic and host, Dylan Richards, as he explores the 5 boroughs to find the healthiest restaurants in New York City. Through countless interviews with health, fitness, food, and farm professionals, Dylan is spreading the message to his peers about how important it is to eat healthy! Dylan visits local, sustainable and organic restaurants, food trucks, farmer’s markets and more.

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Etsy
Etsy is the online marketplace for handmade and vintage goods and supplies. We enable people anywhere to easily build and directly exchange with independent, creative businesses. Learn more at Etsy.com.

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  Flavorpill Fix
Flavorpill Fix, with host Leah Taylor, showcases the most exciting new, independent musicians in New York City and from around the country.

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Book Case TV  Flexitube
NYCentric! The creative team that devised this new series is Flexitoon, a NYC based puppet production company that for 30+ years has brought original puppet visions to national and international children’s television.

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Food and Drink Time Out
Food and Drink, Time Out spotlights local eateries ranging from restaurants to street carts. Host Kelly Choi travels throughout the boroughs, bringing viewers along for the culinary ride.

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Food. Curated.
Food. Curated. host Liza de Guia provides a window into the lives and passions of local food artisans, farmers, fishermen and chefs as they share their stories about the origins of good food.


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  Frankie Cooks
Frankie Cooks and You Can Too features Chef Frankie Celenza sharing his tips for tasty meals made in a New York kitchen.

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Fudehouse
FudeHouse is a funky cooking show by butcher and artist Jeffrey de Picciotto. It’s not about detailed recipes or complicated meals, but about those small tips, tricks, and techniques that will help you become a maverick in the kitchen. FudeHouse gives you a foundation of basic principles that creativity can grow upon – so that you can jump into the kitchen and just have fun. Learn more at FudeHouse.com.

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Gotham Girls  Gotham Girls
Gotham Girls Roller Derby showcases competitions featuring New York City's only women's roller derby league. The skater-operated, not-for-profit league is comprised of strong, diverse, and independent women from throughout the city.

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The Hair Architect Show
Celebrity hairstylist Keith Campbell searches all the boroughs of NYC for a new assistant in the reality series, The Hair Architect Show. Contestants face-off in challenges that put their skills to the test as they attempt to jump-start their careers in the hair industry. Who will be "The Next Hair Architect?"

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HISTORY® on NYC life
At NYC Media, we've been working tirelessly to develop new partnerships with great corporate citizens like HISTORY® to bring New Yorkers City-centric documentaries. This includes everything from the Modern Marvels of architecture, to the Chrysler Building and the George Washington Bridge, to Sandhogs about the hard-working men who build the tunnels under New York City. So tune in Tuesdays at 9pm for HISTORY® on NYC life!

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It's My Park
With about 29,000 acres of Parks, New York City's "emerald empire" extends beyond your neighborhood playground, offering a surprising richness of things to do and sights to behold. From swimming pools to wetlands and everything in between, It's My Park! showcases the treasure trove of experiences waiting for you. Bridle path or bike path, It's My Park! will lead you to seasons' worth of fun.

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Jazz Master Class Series from NYU
Jazz Master Class Series from NYU, legendary jazz musicians perform and discuss their careers in a master class setting, and critique student jazz musicians from around New York City.

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  Job Hunt
Tune into JOB HUNT to learn how to navigate today's job market, get the skills you need, and find the right job for you. Watch real New Yorkers as they experience the triumphs and difficulties of searching for work, changing their careers, and finding the job that is right for them. JOB HUNT covers a lot of information you can use, including:
-How to master the job interview
-Who is hiring
-How to reinvent yourself for a new career
-Which jobs are the most sought after
-How to use technology to get a job

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 Junior Jukebox

Junior Jukebox
Junior Jukebox rocks out with fun, kid-friendly music videos. Featuring everything from lions and tigers and robots (oh, my), the videos are sure to get the little ones dancing.

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Book Case TV  Kela Walker Hates Working Out
This short video series is the personal video journal of Kela’s mission to become fit and get informed about health. Kela will work out, investigate fitness regimes and speak to health experts in an effort to change her lifestyle. And she’ll sweat!

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 Kickin' Kitchen

KickinKitchen.TV
KickinKitchen.TV is a groundbreaking multimedia, cooking-comedy, musical mash-up series about four teens creating and starring in their very own cooking show. Designed as a new recipe for nutrition and health education for the digital age, KickinKitchen.TV serves up relevant and reliable educational content for kids 8-12 years old.

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Book Case TV  Kid Fitness
Kid Fitness, is a non-animated interactive television series for children ages 2 through 8 that incorporates bright colors, captivating special effects, dance, adventure story-lines, educational themes and original songs designed to get kids physically moving and learning about fitness and nutrition. 'Kid Fitness,' the show's superhero is joined by Brenda the Butterfly, Annie and his animal friends on a tropical jungle set. Interspersed between adventure and educational segments, 'Kid Fitness' encourages the children at home to exercise with him and his friends as they hop, stretch and sway along to original music.

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 Lunch NYC

Lunch NYC
Each week join a variety of hosts for Lunch NYC, a Birds Nest Foundation production. Take a bite out of the Big Apple, and explore a healthy New York City. Learn quick and inexpensive ways to upgrade your diet and get the most out of your exercise. LunchNYC helps New Yorkers live healthier lifestyles one lunch at a time.

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  Made Here
MADE HERE is a documentary series devoted to the lives of performing artists based in New York City.

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  "Made in NY" Talks
The Mayor's Office of Media and Entertainment is dedicated to informing and educating New Yorkers about working in the film, television, theatre and digital media industries. With this goal in mind, the office collaborates with a variety of partners around the City on panel discussions and other public facing events.

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 Mr. Mayor

The Movie Loft
The Movie Loft gives viewers an entertaining and informative look at the latest movies available on demand within NYC area homes. Hosted by comedian Matty Blake, the show also features celebrity interviews, behind the scenes footage and exclusive previews.

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 Mr. Mayor

Mr. Mayor
Hosted by veteran WNBC reporter Gabe Pressman, Mr. Mayor focuses on pivotal moments in the tenures of mayors from William O'Dwyer to Rudolph Giuliani, painting a picture of the evolution of this great City as seen through the prism of mayoral challenges.

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 NY Originals

New Dad City
Raising a baby in New York City just got a little easier. New parent & host Dave Evans, along with his daughter Darla, are bringing you tips on navigating NYC with a baby. Whether it's making your own baby food or riding the subways, pick up a few pointers and share a few laughs on "New Dad City."

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 NY Originals

New York Originals
New York Originals with host Jamie McDonald, explores classic one-of-a-kind shops and mom-and-pop businesses that have stood the test of time.

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New York Television Festival Spotlight
NYTVF Spotlight celebrates the best in independent television from the New York Television Festival. Join Festival founder Terence Gray each week and enjoy selected pilots from the annual television event.

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NY Animal Tales
Direct from the Wildlife Conservation Society, NY Animal Tales features the adorable and exotic animals and their keepers at our local zoos and aquarium.

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NYC 2.0
New York City’s tech sector is hotter than ever; there are more startup firms in the city now than there were at the height of the dot-com boom of the 90s. Every week, host Rick Karr (who reports for PBS and NPR) takes viewers on a fun but informative tour of one aspect of what’s fueling the boom, from hackers (the good kind) to shoppers.

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NYC 4 Free
Looking for something fun and free to do this week? Here's the best of what's happening around NYC.

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NYC Women: Make It Here, Make It Happen
On March 1, 2011, Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg celebrated Women’s History Month with the launch of “NYC Women: Make it Here, Make it Happen,” a video series produced by the Commission on Women’s Issues in collaboration with Emmy award-winning NYC Media that shines a spotlight on extraordinary women of New York City.

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NYCMUSICSHOW
NYCMUSICSHOW lets viewers "meet the band next door" with an up close and personal look at indie musicians living in New York City: the newest bands, the most exciting musicians. Featured artists include Earl Greyhound, Soulive and Gordon Voidwell.

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  Profiles
The Telly Award winning PROFILES features in-depth interviews with notable celebrities.  Hosted by Mickey Burns, PROFILES premiered in September of 2003 on NYC Media.  In February 2013, the show celebrated its 300th episode milestone.   

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  Reel Works
Reel Works showcases personal documentaries made by New York City teenagers. Hosted by filmmaker Byron Hurt, each episode consists of several short films connected by a common theme and features conversations with the teen filmmakers and their professional mentors.

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  Revel in New York
Through original videos, Revel in NY introduces viewers to interesting New Yorkers who ranges from established artists, chefs and musicians to the equally charismatic people operating outside the margins of popular culture.

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  Roll Play
Three time Emmy award-winning host and avid cyclist Rich Collier is hitting the streets of New York on his one-of-a-kind, mobile studio to see how much New Yorkers really know about their City. With five high definition cameras mounted to his bicycle and an endless supply of New York City trivia, Collier boldly goes where no quiz show has gone before!

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Secrets of New York  Secrets of New York
As hard as the rock this City is built on, its mysteries are even harder to break. What lies behind New York City's tough-as-nails veneer? It's the hidden, undocumented and unknown enigmas we call "Secrets of New York."

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  Small Factory Flicks
Small Factory Flicks presents cartoons made for kids BY kids. Real lif hosts Kylin (12) and Molly (8) introduce NYC life's kid viewers to cartoons that use the latest cool technology, mashed up art, music and storytelling. The future of cartoons is being made here and now by Small Factory's kids!

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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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