Image via the Church Avenue BIDIf you own a business, or are thinking of starting one, the Church Avenue Business Improvement District [https://www.facebook.com/ChurchAveBID?fref=ts](BID) and Councilman Mathieu Eugene [http://council.nyc.gov/d40/html/members/home.shtml] want to help you figure out the
The following is a press release from Cablevision: With a focus on promoting reading and literacy, Cablevision’s Optimum and Madison Square Garden today brought the 8th Annual Knicks Summer Reading Program to P.S. 112 for young campers (ages 6-10) attending the Neighborhood Improvement Association (NIA) Summer Day Camp.
Source: smithsonianchannelmakeyourmark.comPower to Learn, the education initiative of Cablevision’s Optimum, and the Smithsonian Channel have launched a new competition to celebrate Black History Month, and give an opportunity for high school students to affect real change in their communities. The Make Your Mark contest invites students to submit
Councilman Lew Fidler let the rage fly when it came to addressing the executives behind the Time/Warner CBS dispute at a recent City Council hearing. A Huffington Post editorial [http://www.huffingtonpost.com/sandi-bachom/time-warner-cbs-hearings_b_3729697.html] addressing the dispute, which resulted in the blacking out of CBS
Think your Cablevision [http://www.cablevision.com/] internet speeds are slow? According to a recent report by the Communication Workers of America [http://www.slideshare.net/Cablevision99/leaving-brooklyn-behind], you’re not wrong. Brownstoner [http://www.brownstoner.com/blog/2013/01/union-slams-cablevisions-brooklyn-service/] points to the report, which notes that the average
(from bkhs.org)The Brooklyn Daily Eagle is reporting that Bishop Kearney High School is partnering with MSG Varsity, a Cablevision-owned channel that covers high school sports, in a move that will grant students direct access to the media outlet. According to the article, students of the Catholic college prep
From Courier-Life [http://yournabe.com/articles/2010/03/25/bay_news/news/courier-yn_bay_news-all_fidlercable_2010_03_26_bk.txt] : > Still fuming from the WABC–Cablevision fiasco of two weeks ago that caused southern Brooklynites to miss Academy Awards’ slam-bang opening number, Fidler said he’s putting forward two