BerkleeNYC in the Media

September 8, 2017
Press Hit
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Power Station at BerkleeNYC
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The announcement of BerkleeNYC, a partnership between Berklee, Trustee Pete Muller, and the City of New York’s Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment and Economic Development Council, generated a lot of media coverage, including feature stories in The New York TimesBoston Globe, and Billboard.

Here is a sampling of additional press coverage:

  • The Wall Street Journal: NYC and Studio Team Up to Keep Music Industry Humming
  • WBZ-AM: Berklee College of Music Takes Over Famed NYC Recording Studio
  • WBUR’s The ARTery: Berklee to Turn a Legendary Recordings Studio into Its New York City Home Base
  • AM New York: Power Station recording studio in Hell's Kitchen Saved from Closure by City Agencies
  • Gothamist: Legendary Recording Studio Power Station Being Revived By Berklee
  • Crain’s New York Business: Legendary NYC recording studio Will Live on as Part of Berklee College of Music
  • Variety: Berklee Partners with City of New York to Renovate Power Station/Avatar Studios
  • New York Post: Berklee Saves Iconic Recording Studio with $20M Infusion
  • The Real Deal: Famed Recording Studio Escapes Death By Condo
  • Sonic Scoop: Avatar Studios Becomes BerkleeNYC—Preservation Includes Mayor’s Office and Financier Pete Muller
  • The Vinyl Factory: New York’s Storied Power Station Recording Studio Is Set for Huge Revamp
  • Pro Sound Network: Avatar Saved: Berklee Buys Classic NYC Studio