The Global Communications team is charged with publicizing New York City as a preeminent travel destination. From responding to international and domestic media inquiries to assisting travel journalists from around the world, the team constantly tells the story of NYC tourism to a broad audience. With a network of 17 press representatives serving 28 international markets, the department works across multiple time zones to keep NYC’s five boroughs at the forefront of the global conversation.
For our latest news, visit our press release section. For five-borough imagery and B-roll, go to our multimedia library. To speak with a member of our press team, visit our Meet the Team section. For general inquiries, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Learn about NYC & Company news and NYC marketing-, tourism- and partnership-related announcements. For the latest, see the "recent news" updates below.
The Global Communications department offers services to members of the media.
The Bronx Offers Distinctive Ways to Create the Ultimate NYC Meetings and Events Experience
Renewed City-to-City Tourism Partnership Reinforces Connection Between Two Destinations
Agreement Signed to Exchange Assets and Provide Reciprocal Promotional Support
Empire State Building, One World Trade Center, Four Times Square and One Bryant Park Spires to Go Blue April 5, The Evening Before GMID
More Than 150 NYC & Company Member Businesses to Attend Meeting & Event Security Panel Discussion on April 6
New Developments and Attractions Join Iconic Mainstays in a Central Neighborhood That Appeals to All
Research & Statistics
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Information about visitation from key NYC international markets.
Information about visitor spending in New York City.