Join Dave Evans on $9.99 as he explores diverse neighborhoods in all five boroughs and finds places to visit and things to do...all for under ten bucks!
92NY on NYC Life
Go inside one of NYC's most beloved cultural institutions and experience a variety of world renowned "talks" with featured guests from film, television, literature, art and much more.
A Day's Work
In this original series produced by NYC Media, viewers spend a day with New Yorkers in various jobs, getting to see what it's really like to make a living doing what they do. Because in the City that never sleeps, there are an unimaginable number of ways to make a living. Season 1 is dedicated to jobs in the Arts and Entertainment industry.
A New York Evening With
"A New York Evening With", presented by the Grammy Museum and the Mayor's Office of Media and Entertainment is a series of intimate conversations with famous musicians. They take us through their professional journeys, artistic influences, and their creative process.
Join Emmy Award-winning host and professional dancer Mickela Mallozzi on her adventures as she experiences the world one dance at a time, this time dancing her way through her own DNA map!
Bare Feet in NYC
Join Emmy Award-winning host Mickela Mallozzi as she discovers the dance and music traditions of local New Yorkers in the ethnic neighborhoods of NYC!
Blueprint NYC takes you in and around buildings that grab the attention of visitors and native New Yorkers alike.
BRIC TV presents Brooklyn Made
A cinematic docu-series spotlighting the artists, designers and innovators who help make Brooklyn one of the most creative places in the world.
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.
Brooklyn Savvy TV aims to inspire, inform, entertain and activate women through sharing commonalities and giving voice to our different perspectives and life experiences.
City Classics draws on uncovered footage from New York City's archives to chronicle the compelling, humorous, and extraordinary stories that have shaped NYC.
City Hall Pass Extra
City Hall Pass Extra provides New Yorkers with a fascinating opportunity to spend time with New York City’s most influential leaders and decision makers as they discuss their inspiring lives, and the most important issues facing our City - today and in the future.
Date While You Wait
For five years, a man set up a table and chairs in the New York City subway system and asked harried commuters to chat or play a game while waiting for their train. Join host Thomas Knox as he proves that you can change the world, one conversation at a time.
Filmmaker Liza de Guia takes you behind the scenes with NYC’s most innovative food makers.
Her Big Idea
Produced by NYC Media, this half hour series, Her Big Idea, features inspiring profiles of NYC women entrepreneurs, who transformed a simple concept into a thriving business in New York City.
An educational series that provides New Yorkers with information about their City, programs, services and technology.
inform NYC: Career
From the arts to science and more. A career series that connects you to free training and career opportunities around the five boroughs.
Inside Power Station @BerkleeNYC
It’s the legendary NYC recording studio where Springsteen, Lady Gaga, the cast of Hamilton and so many other artists, have all recorded iconic albums.
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!
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.
Hosted by veteran WNBC reporter Gabe Pressman, this series, which originally aired until 2011, is made up of eight half-hour programs focuses on the pivotal, defining moments in the tenure of New York City’s mayors -- from William O’Dwyer to Rudolph Guiliani.
Native Dish is an interstitial series celebrating New York City immigrants from all over the world by exploring their authentic cuisines one dish at a time.
Neighborhood Slice chronicles the evolution of New York City’s unique neighborhoods through the eyes of those who have lived here the longest.
NYC Catalyst spotlights individuals who are making a positive impact on the lives of their fellow New Yorkers.
NYC Overcoming aims to celebrate the efforts of the nightlife, hospitality, and entertainment communities throughout the five boroughs as they recover from pandemic hardships.
NYU Inside Lens
Inside Lens features diverse filmmakers from News and Documentary at NYU Journalism who bring you stories from New York to Shanghai, from the East Village to Tunis.
Off Broadway in the Boros
The Mayor's Office of Media and Entertainment (MOME) and small theatre groups collaborated on Off Broadway in the Boros: Pop-Ups, a series of five outdoor pop-up performances that took place from October 23 through October 26, 2020 in public plazas across the five boroughs.
Once Upon A City
An animated collection of amusing stories capturing New York City’s eccentric history, from the outrageous to the fantastic, these tales are all surprisingly true.
Potluck features interviews with the City's most renowned chefs and personalities to behind-the-scenes looks with restaurateurs, mixologists, and producers.
Profiles is a unique one-on-one interview talk show featuring celebrities from all walks of the entertainment and showbusiness world.
Secrets of New York
The City is full of secrets, you just have to know where to look for them - from mysterious events long forgotten, to modern secrets hidden in plain sight.
That's So Dope, Hip Hop Beyond Music
What began as park-jams in the Bronx, New York City, Hip Hop quickly became a global phenomenon. And this year, we’re celebrating Hip Hop 50, y’all! Hip Hop is much more than just music. It’s a lifestyle and culture onto its own. That’s So Dope, Hip Hop Beyond Music spotlights trailblazers who shaped and captured this culture, from B-Boys to bling.
That's So New York
As one of the cultural capitals of the world, New York City is filled with an abundance of events and things that are unique to just this city. Check it all out on That's So New York.
That's So New York (at home)
In these special edition episodes of "That's So New York (at home)", discover the multitude of things that you can do to discover all that the city has to offer, even during a pandemic.
Do you know who your City Council Member is? Find out in this series and hear interesting facts about your district.
The NYC Field Guide
The NYC Field Guide: How to Thrive in the Five, hosted by Micaela Birmingham is a 13-episode series that will feature unique tips, hacks and expert information for how to live, work and play in the five boroughs of New York City.
Make it Earth Day every day. Watch Urban Green to explore eco-friendly and eco-conscious living in the City.
The Vanguard: Women in Media
This half hour series produced by NYC Media profile the women considered the "Vanguard" of their particular industry. Each woman shares their career-defining moments and offers their words of wisdom to share with those who aspire to follow in their path.
Wake Up: Why Social Responsibility in Theatre Matters
A virtual roundtable discussion series inspired by the core show themes in the hit Broadway musical "Jagged Little Pill".
We Speak NYC
We Speak NYC is a series produced by the NYC Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs to help English language learners improve their language skills while learning about City services and their rights. The episodes tell the stories of New Yorkers who have come from all over the world to make NYC their home, using model English language.
What's Eating Harlem
A show about one of the cultural hotspots in NYC: Harlem USA.
Wow, I Never Knew That!
Wow, I Never Knew That! is a whimsical, half-hour television series that is jam-packed with exciting tidbits and fascinating facts that uncover the truths and origins behind the stuff you’re already familiar with. From the items you use every day to the phrases you use in conversation to the habits you’re so accustomed to, you’ll be fascinated to learn how they’ve all really come about!