This event started because founder, Suzanne Froix, a NY actress, loves television and wants to see the television industry in New York City celebrated and acknowledged as a vital part of The Big Apple. In 2013-2014, 27 shows have been shot.
June 18, 2014 (Newswire.com) -
Actors available for interview
Contact: Suzanne Froix
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org / Tel: 917-733-7328
Food & Drink will be served
Empire State TV Extravaganza
to benefit "New York Cares"
- the way to volunteer -
Is T.V in N.Y.C. Hotter than in L.A.?
Come join us for a Q and A session with:
- Orange Is The New Black's, Constance Shulman 'YOGA JONES"
- Blue Bloods', Len Cariou "HENRY REAGAN"
- TV Personality, Chase Backer and other Big Apple TV Stars as they weigh in on the state of TV production in the Big Apple.
New York, NY -- On June 24, 2014 at 7 p.m.
The Empire State TV Extravaganza will be held to benefit NY Cares at The Playroom Theater (151 West 46th St; NY, N.Y.) Headlined by Orange Is The New Black's Constance Shulman (Yoga Jones), Blue Bloods' Len Cariou (Henry Reagan), Chase Backer, from the Chase Backer Show; as well as actors expected from Law & Order: SVU, and The Good Wife, participants will engage in a moderated talkback event revealing why shooting their shows in N.Y.C. is unique and how the NYC television scene is giving LA. a run for its money.
A $7 billion entertainment industry boosts New York City's economy where over twenty-nine television shows are now shot here. This growth of television production has been welcomed by the local tourism industry, politicians and businesses throughout the City. Join us, as our special guest stars discuss their pivotal roles in NYC's hot television climate.
The Extravaganza (www.empirestatetv.com) benefits New York Cares - New York City's largest volunteer management organization. New York Cares runs vital programs for 1,300 nonprofits, public schools, and city agencies to help people in need throughout the five boroughs, and does so at no cost to the recipient organizations. Since 1987, New York Cares has made it easy for all New Yorkers to work together to strengthen the city; last year, we provided critical services to more than 400,000 at-risk New Yorkers. For more information, visit newyorkcares.org.
This event started because founder, Suzanne Froix, a NY actress, loves television and wants to see the television industry in New York City celebrated and acknowledged as a vital part of The Big Apple. In 2013-2014, 27 shows have been shot/cast in the city - that's something to be admired and excited about!