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NY1 Dedicates Week to Programming for Grand Central Terminal’s 100th Anniversary

It’s a symbol of New York. The structure is an architectural wonder. Grand Central Terminal is turning 100, and NY1 is marking the occasion with a week-long series of reports.

Grand Central Terminal at 100:  All Aboard, hosted by Lewis Dodley, will delve into the station’s iconic history, hidden treasures, and art. In addition, NY1 will look at the commuter hub’s place in pop culture, including several backdrops in New York films.

Reporters Roger Clark, Stephanie Simon, Bobby Cuza and others take a look at the rails and their stories each day on NY1.

The week’s reports will be shown in a half-hour special on Saturday, February 2 and Sunday, 3 at 6:30 p.m. and 9:30 p.m.. It will also be available on NY1 On Demand on channel 1111.

Photo courtesy: grandcentralterminal.com

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Nielsen’s Sale Of THR, Billboard May Be Completed Soon|A Visual Of Declining Mag Ad Revenue|Letterman Mocks NY1|Newsday Picketed

The Wrap: Nielsen‘s sale of various publications, including The Hollywood Reporter and Billboard to James Finkelstein, whose family’s company News Communications Inc. owns the “Who’s Who” series, may be completed by Friday.

The Awl: A graph of magazine revenue over the last 10 years.

Gawker: David Letterman makes fun of NY1 reporters Roger Clark and Pat Kiernan.

Journal-isms: Newsday was picketed by people protesting the publication of a comic that mocked the idea of hate crimes.

Huffington Post: The Huffington Post‘s <a href="robhof.jpgtop game changers including top media game changer Sue Gardner of the Wikimedia Foundation.