The Paley Center for Media
The Paley Center for Media is a nonprofit devoted to exploring the evolving ways in which they create, consume, and connect through media. With locations in New York and Los Angeles, and the foremost public archive of television and radio programming, the Paley Center produces screenings, forums, and educational programs that engage the general public and the professional community in a conversation about the impact of media on our lives. The New York location has rental spaces for both corporate and nonprofit members. Options include two theaters, a boardroom, screening room, conference room, lobby/gallery, and library.
With a variety of unique and versatile spaces for any event from an intimate board meeting to a large-scale film screening for over 200 people, the Paley Center for Media provides state-of-the-art equipment and sound systems in our theaters and conference rooms.
Paley Center patrons, members and the public were recently invited to spend an evening with “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee” creator and star Jerry Seinfeld. Paley Center curated and produced the panel conversation with David Letterman as moderator.
Conde Nast, NBA, Peabody Awards, ESPN, The Cinema Society, David Lynch Foundation, AMC Networks, NFL & UN Foundation
Neuman’s Catering, Great Performances, Michael Priest Photography
|Space||Max. Reception Capacity||Max. Seated Capacity||Sq. feet||Floor Plan|
|Mark Goodson Theater||84||84||800||View|
|Grant A Tinker Board of Trustees Room||32||32||780||View|
|The Kissinger Global Conference Room||100||90||1,200||View|
|Steven Spielberg Gallery||225||100||1,000||View|
|Annenberg Screening Room||100||45||2,500||View|