WNET New York Public Media

  • WNET broadcasts from the Tisch Studio at Lincoln Center

  • The Frick Museum will be featured on "Treasures of New York"

  • The Museum of the City of New York, another "Treasure"

  • Rendering of the Jerome L. Greene Science Center from the plaza side

Spotlighting New York City's Treasured Institutions

“Thirteen/WNET enables the people of the community to have a life that is better informed and enriched in so many ways. NEWSHOUR, GREAT PERFORMANCES, NATURE, and other exceptional programming captivate us all.”
— Jerome L. Greene

JLGreene is partnering with WNET New York Public Media to support its acclaimed series, “Treasures of New York”. In 2016 and 2017, WNET will produce four new episodes featuring the Museum of the City of New York, The Juilliard School, The Frick Collection and The Jerome L. Greene Science Center. The shows will be aired on all three of WNET’s public broadcast stations — New York City’s THIRTEEN, Long Island’s WLIW21, and New Jersey’s NJTV — and will subsequently be available for viewing online. The three stations reach a combined audience of more than 5 million viewers every month.

JLGreene also supported the production of Lincoln Center Theater’s adaptation of Moss Hart’s “Act One”, as well as its broadcast on “Live from Lincoln Center” on PBS in November 2015. Jerry Greene sat on the WNET Board from 1987 to 1999 and the Foundation is proud to continue its support.