Summer production heats up in Long Island City as Amazon and Netflix also rent TV stage space
Silvercup Studios CEO Alan Suna talks to Real Estate Weekly’s Dan Orlando during the 120th Annual REBNY Banquet.
TV and film production in New York seems to be booming, with 46 episodic TV shows produced here in 2014-15, up from 29 the year before, and 250 films so far this year, compared with 194 for all of 2014. What's the story at Silvercup?
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today highlighted 10 New York-produced primetime television shows that are premiering next week for the fall season on CBS, NBC, ABC and FOX. The television shows have spent approximately $596 million combined on production in New York State, and hire more than 34,000 crew and extras. These 10 series premieres represents a significant increase in New York-based shows on air, as there are now more series airing this year than in all of 2013, which was a record-breaking year. (Read the full story)