• DEVELOPERS IN MOVIELAND

    March 23, 2014

    The New York Times – A few whose day job is putting up buildings have also, somehow, found their way into show business. And it’s a labor of love.

    When it comes to a second career, many people daydream about breaking into show business, including some well accustomed to white-knuckle drama and skin-of-the-teeth ventures: real estate tycoons.

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  • MAYOR ANNOUNCES NEW SCIENCE PROGRAM FOCUSED ON MEDIA

    November 20, 2013

    NY 1 – With massive 1940s radio towers on top, an industrial art deco building at the Brooklyn Navy Yard was recently renovated by Steiner Studios to expand its film and TV production space.

    Now Steiner will be turning it into a college campus of sorts. It’s teamed up with Carnegie Mellon University to create a media arts technology program at the site.

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  • CARNEGIE MELLON TO CREATE NYC CAMPUS FOCUSED ON ARTS, TECHNOLOGY

    November 20, 2013

    Variety – Carnegie Mellon University has struck an agreement with New York City and Steiner Studios to create a new academic program focused on the intersection between the arts and technology, the parties announced Wednesday. The Integrative Media Program, as it will be known, will be located at Steiner Studios at the Brooklyn Navy Yard.

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  • CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY TO OPEN APPLIED SCIENCES CAMPUS IN BROOKLYN

    November 20, 2013

    CBSNewYork – The city has announced plans for its fourth applied sciences campus. As WCBS 880’s Peter Haskell reported, the latest high-tech educational partner is Carnegie Mellon University.

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  • UP CLOSE : FILM VETERAN JONATHAN WACKS LEADS NEW BARRY R. FEIRSTEIN GRADUATE SCHOOL OF CINEMA

    November 18, 2013

    Brooklyn College Magazine – More than a century ago, Brooklyn was home to a nascent, but growing, film industry, just blocks from today’s Brooklyn College campus. At its center, the American Vitagraph Company, the biggest studio in the country, was prolific in its output. Then moviemaking moved west to Hollywood, taking with it what would grow to be a multibillion-dollar industry.

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