June 05, 2010
New York City is gearing up for the third annual Internet Week New York, which will will host over 150 events between June 7-14 at the festival’s first-ever headquarters at Chelsea’s Metropolitan Pavilion and at dozens of locations throughout the City.
Reflecting both the rise of New York City as a new tech capital and the festival’s emergence as a top annual gathering for Internet leaders, the diverse slate of programming includes everything from panels, conferences, and educational events to art installations, live performances and parties. To build buzz for the festival, PKPR secured preview stories in a wide range of media including the Wall Street Journal (”Internet Week New York kicks of seven days of Web geekery”), New York Times (”Tech festivals land”) CNN (”The next Silicon Valley? It may be New York”), NBC New York (”Internet Week to be bigger and better”), Metro (”The tech sector powers up”), Hollywood Reporter, Village Voice, ZDNet, PCMag, and Mediabistro.