Posted on Monday, April 22, 2019
NY 411 is New York’s most qualified production resource, and it’s time our website reflects that. With a rich 30 year history of being the go-to film and television production directory, we’re returning to our New York roots. Find a studio in Brooklyn, lighting equipment in Greenwich Village or a DP in Staten Island.
The sleek, new interface clears away the clutter so you can easily find the high-end production companies, studios, sound stages, crew and more that you’re looking for. In addition to a completely new look, we added new features to upgrade every user’s experience.
Updated Search Functions: Find exactly what you need in our expansive production directory in no time. Use the convenient search bar located in the main navigation.
Improved Listings: Each individual listing now has the contact information you need and an expanded description so you can make the best decision for your production.
Streamlined Directory Categories: We ensure that the most important and sought after production resources can be found easily in our directory. From props and wardrobe to studios and stages, you’ll find it all on NY 411.
Upgraded Online Listing Application: No more paper applications! Easily apply to get listed using our online application.
Expanded Production Resources: We added helpful resources to educate and support production professionals of all types. Find and apply for full-time and part-jobs jobs, browse exclusive articles on the blog and search for production incentives in your area.
More Advertising Opportunities: With more banner advertising options and custom marketing plans available, you will get in front of your target audience exactly when they’re searching for vendors just like you.
And more updates on the way! Keep checking back for more new and exciting features.
We’ve been working hard on bringing this major update to you and we hope you enjoy using it!
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