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The Architect's Newspaper serves up news and inside reports to a niche community of architects, designers, engineers, landscape architects, lighting designers, interior designers, academics, developers, contractors, and other parties interested in the built urban environment. The Architect’s Newspaper delivers quality news and cultural reporting through print, web, blog, newsletter, or twitter—all the news you want, in all the ways you want to get it.
Better! Cities & Towns is a publisher in print, online, and email media dedicated to helping decision-makers create stronger, greener, communities through better development, design, policy, and finance. We use research and intelligence to make our readers smarter about land-use planning and development.
EngagingCities is an online magazine that shares creative strategies and new technologies to foster public engagement for livable communities - a gathering place for exploring the ideas and tools that are empowering people to become part of the creative process of planning for better communities. Our goal is to inspire urban planners, architects, developers, educators, economists, and policy makers to apply new approaches and technologies in ways that make community development more participatory, collaborative, and effective. Every day, new projects and developments across the globe demonstrate creative ways for including citizens in the shaping of places -- EngagingCities is where you can follow and become part of this movement. We share the stories of the people, places, and practices that turn engaging ideas into applicable realities.
Digital storytellers First+Main Media produce award-winning feature-length documentaries for television, as well as promotional and advocacy videos, online video channels, and digital communication strategies for Fortune 500 companies, universities, government agencies, international non-profits, and national organizations like CNU. Committed to promoting new urbanism, First+Main Media created the short animated film Built to Last, (CNU17 contest winner) and is currently producing American Makeover, (six-part series on urbanism and sprawl).
Visit firstandmain.tv to learn how we can make power of video work for you, whether it be a single brand essence short film, or a complete digital communication strategy.
Next American City connects cities and the people working to improve them. In addition to a daily blog featuring content from partner websites around the United States, Next American City is launching Forefront, its premium subscriber-only weekly in Spring 2012, which will cover urban affairs, transportation, governance, culture, the economy and other topics in cities around the world.
CNU is excited to announce its collaboration with Sustainable Cities Collective as a media partner for CNU 20. Sustainable Cities Collective is one of the leading platforms for leaders of major metropolitan areas, urban planning and sustainability professionals. Stay tuned for further details on how SCC will maintain a real-time live-blog and new media presence at CNU 20!
Turn The Page, LLC is your resource for Director of Photography, Camera Operators, Sound Operators, Directors, Assistant Directors, Grips, Gaffers, and Talent.
Their focus is on getting you what you need. Whether it’s a feature film or a TV commercial, they produce what's needed. Look for them filming all of the excitement throughout CNU 20.
Urbanicity is the world’s leading online source of information for urban news and information. Operating in partnership with UNHabitat since 2001, the Urbanicity website, email newsletters and alerts enable urban stakeholders in over 150 countries to learn, share and experience the latest news, theories, events and practices relating to urban issues.
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