The Walter Reade Theater is home to the Film Society of Lincoln Center. Programs range from international film series to retrospectives highlighting the work of top directors, actors, cinematographers, screenwriters and other film artists.
WET is a nonprofit production company that produces media that challenges female stereotypes and advocates for equality. Founded in 1999 by executive producers Sasha Eden and Victoria Pettibone, WET adheres to its mission by developing new material for the theater, film and TV written by women.
WNYC Classic New York (93.9 FM) and Radio New York (AM 820) together constitute the most listened-to public radio station in the United States today. WNYC is a member station of National Public Radio and also broadcasts programs produced by Public Radio International.
Through the Global Youth Media Arts Program, youth ages 10-18 use their own lives and communities as a platform to examine a global theme‚ Immigration and Identity‚ using visual arts, performance and media.
Yello Kat Productions is a multi-service digital media production company that is dedicated to creating content-rich films that address issues pertinent to women of color worldwide. Yellow Kat specializes in the documentary and narrative genres, but its scope is ever-expanding.