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May 21, 20144 months ago

WBPM (Pamal Broadcasting) Rocks the Seven21 Media Center

The Seven21 Media Center located on Broadway in Kingston, has recently welcomed to the building Pamal Broadcasting 92.9 WBPM to have more space for sales managing, client meetings, and future live broadcasting. Founded in 1986, the family-owned radio station  owns  numerous different radio stations in the Hudson Valley area. Prior to the move, WBPM was located on John Street in Kingston for 38 years. Although Don Verity, general manager of Pamal, knew the move was going to be an adjustment he believed that the relocation to the Seven21 Media Center would ultimately be beneficial in moving forward. Pamal Broadcasting has several other stations in the Hudson Valley including K104, 100.7 WHUD, 107.1 The Peak, and Real Country 1260AM. Pamal also as stations located in Albany, Glens Falls, Vermont, and Springfield. WBPM, which stands for “World’s Best Popular Music,” plays “classic hits” from 1965-1989. Radio still has a major presence in the lives in many people. A popular show on the station is Bob Miller in the Morning. From 6am-10am, listeners can tune in and  listen to Bob Miller and Brian Jones start the day. Throughout the rest of the day 92.9 WBPM provides a great mix of classic hits for work and the car. The morning show is a great way for commuters on their drive to work to get local news, events, and weather. 92.9 WBPM also  is involved with many community events including the annual July 4th Celebration on the Rondout Waterfront. Verity was familiar with Seven21 previous to the Ellenbogen’s  acquiring it, and now he “loves the transformation and renovation” that has been done to the building. “It is so enjoyable to be in a building like this not only for the great people, but for the atmosphere and the facilities we have access to.” Don’s reason for his relocation, was that Pamal Broadcasting “needed more space and a place that was more client friendly.” Verity is using the new space for sales managing, meetings with clients, radio commercials, and live broadcasts. In the future, Pamal hopes to use the space here at Seven21 to host live music events. After we interviewed Verity, it was clear that he had happily found his new home at the Seven21 Media Center.  President and CEO of Ellenbogen Creative Media, Jeremy Ellenbogen says,  “We plan to accommodate Don and his crew with all the necessary resources we have, and we look forward to working with him in the near future."
March 19, 20131 year ago

ArtBridge Reception Held at Seven21 Media Center

Art Bridge hosted a reception at Seven21 Media Center to celebrate the installation in the city of Kingston. The reception at Seven21 had a live performance by Saints of Swing, The Hudson Valley/NY Metropolitan area-based band, and featured local artwork throughout the studio space. Seven21, Keegan Ales, Timely Signs, and other local businesses, donated studio space, tables, chairs, food, beverages, and signage to create an enjoyable evening for attendees. “The studio space here at Seven21 was suitable for the evening’s entertainment and influx of attendees. Hundreds of people comfortably mingled amongst the live performance while appreciating the artwork and enjoying food and beverages. Having local companies work together for great causes will show what The Hudson Valley has to offer. From spacious studio and office spaces for your business to local restaurants to cater your next gathering, the Kingston area has it all.” shares Jeremy Ellenbogen, President and CEO of Seven21 Media Center. The bridge that carries Greenville Avenue and the CSX railroad tracks over Broadway and Midtown Kinston, now features Emily Gui and Adie Russell’s artwork. Artbridge’s mission is to beautify urban landscapes with local artwork. “The Hudson Valley has beautiful landscapes and a diverse and artistic community. This reception exhibited this communal optimism and dedication to revitalize the area by gathering hundreds of people to support the local artists and businesses,” explains Devin Mathis, Director of Operations at ArtBridge. Click here for more information of studio and office spaces at Seven21 Media Center. Kingston’s ArtBridge puts Midtown in the Spotlight
March 1, 20131 year ago

Congressman Webcasts for Veterans

On February 11, 2013, Congressman Gibson hosted a Veterans Advisory Board Meeting at Seven21’s spacious studio space. Veterans and Veteran advocates in the 19th Congressional District and surrounding areas attended. Seven21 webcasted the meeting via live stream and archived for those unable to attend.

“Hosting the board meeting at Seven21 was an honor. This was our first live webcast that premiered the Blackmagic ATEM video switcher. The board meeting was also archived for those to watch at a later time, allowing the community full participation even if absent from the actual meeting,” states Jeremy Ellenbogen, CEO and President of Seven21 Media Center.

The board meeting updated attendees on legislative initiatives in Congress. The impact of Vietnam veterans, with the re-introduction of Congressman Gibson, was a significant topic for attendees. Attendees provided the Congressman with feedback during the meeting. “The board meeting updated attendees on legislative initiatives in Congress. Congressman Gibson recently reintroduced legislation to ensure a greater number of Vietnam Veterans could receive coverage for illnesses and diseases linked to Agent Orange exposure, which was a key topic of discussion. Attendees also provided the Congressman with feedback during the meeting. “Providing access to those unable to attend is key to keeping the community informed on issues that impact them. We appreciate the ability to webcast similar events in the future to maintain open communication with the Congressman’s constituents,” said Steve Bulger, District Director for Congressman Gibson.”

The approximately two-hour board meeting be viewed at the following livestream link: http://new.livestream.com/ellenbogen/events/1864881

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January 30, 20131 year ago

Gilday Creative Moves to Seven21

Gilday Creative developed into a creative studio working with small businesses in 2008. Specializing in identifying company brands, Gilday Creative is broadening their opportunities by leasing space at Seven21. Relocating to the historic Kingston, NY area is ideal to widen their audience, who will benefit from their innovative services.

Gilday Creative is an award winning design studio that has provided web site and graphic design services to many local Hudson Valley businesses and organizations including Timely Signs of Kingston, MHV Federal Credit Union, Levon Helm Studios, YWCA of Ulster County, Literary Wonderland, Garrison Yacht Club and the Ulster County United Way. With an affinity working with the non-profit sector, they have also developed dynamic internet presences for regional non-profits including Cancer Support Community of Southern Connecticut located in Branford, CT and most recently the pit bull rescue Out of the Pits located in Albany, NY.

Managing every aspect of a company’s project, Gilday is passionate about delivering high quality work while providing great customer service and strategically budgeting for web development, branding, graphic design, and photography. A key aspect of Seven21 is having an office that is close to their clients. Also having access to editing suites and studios will facilitate productions and enhance team productivity.

If you would like more information on Gilday Creative please view their website at: www.gildaycreative.com and for further information on leasing space at Seven21 please view our website: www.seven21media.com.

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January 21, 20131 year ago

Edgeworx Broadens Spectrum for Best of Both Worlds

On February 1, 2013 Edgeworx Studios will join Seven21 as an expanding post production company from New York City.

Edgeworx Studios specializes in Visual Effects, Animation and Motion Graphics for television and film. This passionate and driven company takes pride in their outstanding client partnerships and provides the highest quality creative with cost effective, efficient budgets. A sample of their client list includes History Channel, National Geographic, HBO, Discovery Networks and PBS to name just a few.

Edgeworx Studios is looking forward to broadening their spectrum of work and establishing collaboration within the building. “We are looking forward to having the opportunity to extend our studio space while we maintain our footprint in NYC. For our team to have the balance and best of both worlds personally and professionally is something we are very excited for”, explains owner and Executive Producer, Cassandra Del Viscio.

Jeremy Ellenbogen, CEO and President of Seven21 stated, “We are looking forward to Edgeworx Studios joining our facility, for it will further develop the collaboration at Seven 21 along with providing communal support in film, television, commercials, video games and special venue projects.”

If you would like more information on Edgeworx Studios please view their website at: http://www.edgeworxstudios.com and for more information on leasing space at Seven21 please visit: http://www.seven21media.com.

December 19, 20121 year ago

Seven21 provides Ideal Space for NYC Film Production

The historic Kingston area was the perfect shooting location for NYC's film production. Peter Bobrow, Production Manager, stated “being situated at Seven21, also provided ideal spaces for the locality of the crew’s shoots throughout the area, including the Kingston High School”. This occasion granted recognition to the community, while giving students hands on experience as extras or interns. Read more
November 19, 20121 year ago

Learner First, poised for growth, expands at Seven21

Becoming a leader in the blended learning industry, with a 50% growth rate per year, Learner First realized that Seven21 could offer them more than an office space. Seven21 provided Learner First a facility that would provide room for expansion along with a think-tank of cutting edge entrepreneurs. When Learner First created a single sign on data management system, CORE, that addressed the new demands of educational reform, they didn’t have to go far for creative guidance and expertise when building their website, implementing marketing strategies, print advertisement, and honing their message. Read more
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September 3, 20122 years ago

Lee Palmateer Law Opens Up Kingston Office At Seven21

Lee Palmateer, Intellectual Property Attorney and Litigator, with the main office in downtown Albany,NY, realized a growing need for intellectual property law in the Mid-Hudson valley. Kingston, with its growing creative and entrepreneurial spirit, was strategically perfect to open up an office, mid-way between Albany and the Lower Hudson Valley. With the strong technology and media arts sector already in place, Seven21 Media Center was the perfect choice. Read more
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September 2, 20122 years ago

SUNY Ulster and Seven21 form Media Arts and Technology Alliance

The Seven21 Media Center, SUNY Ulster, and Central Hudson to create the Media Arts and Technology Alliance at Seven21 Media Center on Broadway in Kingston. Seven21 is comprised of 20 independent boutique media companies in an incubator-like setting with state of the art equipment including: live studio and remote webcasting capabilities, multi-camera live-switched HD production, satellite transmission services of HD quality video, and the largest and most advanced green screen technology north of New York City.

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August 29, 20122 years ago

New Tenants to Seven21 Get Their Own "Stimulus Package"

The Kingston Local Development Corporation (KLDC) and Seven21 media center in Midtown Kingston hope to attract new companies to lease space and grow their businesses at the high-tech facility. The KLDC will give low interest loans of up to $10,000 to eligible businesses who relocate or expand to Seven21. The funding can be used for working capital, inventory, supplies, furniture, fixture, equipment or even lease payments for up to 6 months.

This program will not only provide needed seed money but act as a business incubator offering workshops, training, business development, advice, and counseling by seasoned business professionals. Clinics and seminars in the studio are slated to begin this fall.

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