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.
Second Phase of Marketing Effort Gives New Yorkers a Unique Perspective on the Five Boroughs
Collaboration with Social Media Ambassadors Encourages Sharing of Experiences, Tips, Stories and More through Imagery
With Pride Events in All Five Boroughs, NYC Remains Popular Destination, Attracting LGBT Visitors from Around the Globe
Documentary-Style Short Spotlights Restaurants, Attractions and Shops that Make the Area a Must-Visit Destination
New York City’s Official Tourism Organization Joins 13 Travel Industry Partners to Promote New York City to Influential Travel Trade in Canada this Week
150 NYC Tourism Industry Volunteers Gather for New Local City Tourism Cares Initiative
Volunteer Service Event at St. Nicholas Park Coincides with
U.S. Travel Rally Day
Research & Statistics
Get facts and figures about total visitation, spending and more.
Information about visitation from key NYC international markets.
Information about visitor spending in New York City.