A new opportunity has just popped up for media startups in New York. NYC SeedStart Media 2011 is a 12 week summer boot camp specifically for startups in the digital media space, including ad infrastructure, mobile, digital content and ecommerce businesses. Each of the 10 companies selected for the program will receive $20,000 in funding, space to work, and mentoring from an impressive group of media, advertising, and tech companies in New York City that includes AOL Ventures, Comcast, Google, Hearst, MTV Networks, News Corporation, New York Times, Ogilvy, Time Warner, and Vivendi, as well as veteran VCs and entrepreneurs. The ideal applicant is a media-focused team of two with at least one technical co-founder and a source code or beta product ready to go. The program begins on June 15th and they’ll be accepting applications through March 31st. To apply, click here.
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