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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More Than 40,000 Visitors Expected to Attend the World’s First and Longest-Running Boat Show from January 21-25
Two-for-One Tickets Still Available to Participating Shows for Performances from January 20–February 5
Savings at More Than 70 New York City Attractions, Restaurants, Retailers and Tours
Tickets Available to More Than 20 Broadway Shows for Performances from January 20–February 5
In Four Years, Broadway Week Has Sold Nearly 550,000 Tickets Resulting in More Than $36 Million in Sales
More Than 31,000 Visitors Expected to Attend Retail Industry’s Most Comprehensive Trade Show January 11-14
Research & Statistics
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Information about visitation from key NYC international markets.
Information about visitor spending in New York City.