What you need to know about New York City’s $50 million media deal with Time Warner

New York’s Mayor Bill de Blasio and the city’s top political appointees are taking the next steps to finalize a $50-million media deal that would bring the nation’s biggest media empire to the city.

The deal would create the largest media empire in the world with a total market value of $7.2 billion, a deal that’s been widely criticized by the city, state and local governments.

 De Blasio announced the deal during a visit to Times Square last week, where he and his aides held a press conference announcing a deal with a major media company.

The mayor’s press secretary, Nick Scarpino, called it “a very significant deal.”

He said that the deal would be worth about $7 billion for the city and that the media companies would receive $5.8 billion for media advertising, $2.2 million for digital content and $1.4 million for advertising.

De Blasio and his advisers said the deal was worth at least $1 billion. 

The deal is the biggest news story of the day. 

But there are also many details in the deal that have been disputed, including the amount of money that will be shared.

The Times Square deal will be announced this week. 

In a statement, Times Square announced the agreement, saying it was a “comprehensive and strategic partnership that will ensure that our media partners have access to the largest and most diverse network of journalists in the city of New York and that Times Square is a world-class entertainment and cultural hub.” 

“Our partnership with Times Square Media is a significant step in strengthening our media footprint in the New York metropolitan area, a commitment that will result in a significant increase in revenues, create new jobs and strengthen our core businesses,” the statement said.

A number of New Yorkers have expressed disappointment with the deal.

“It’s not a good deal for New York,” said one Times Square employee, who asked not to be named.

The Times Square agreement is expected to generate hundreds of millions of dollars in new revenue for the borough.

While the deal has received criticism, some residents and businesses in the neighborhood have welcomed the news.

According to a Times Square spokesperson, the deal is “an important step forward in the revitalization of Times Square.”

“The City of New Yorks commitment to revitalize Times Square will help to support and sustain the neighborhood and provide a platform for our artists, business owners and others who are striving to create the next great creative city in the United States,” the spokesperson said. 

DeBlasio also announced plans to spend $5 million to help pay for a series of programs aimed at boosting the local arts community.

In an interview with the Times Square Times, he said the city would be working with the American Ballet Theatre and the Metropolitan Opera to support the arts.

The mayor also said the media company would receive a $1 million investment in advertising and digital content for the company’s digital platform.

For the next two years, the mayor’s office is also going to provide $1,000 for each new Times Square resident who pays $10 a month for their smartphone.

New Yorkers have been waiting for years for a deal to be signed, and they were hoping to see it approved in the mayors administration.

The Times Deal is the first major deal in a long time in New York, and the news will undoubtedly help drive more tourists and tourists to the borough, according to Mark Moseley, president of the New Yorker, a tourism advocacy group.

“Times Square is an extremely important part of the borough’s cultural identity,” he said.

“This is an important milestone in our city’s revitalization efforts, and it’s great that the mayor is working toward bringing our cultural identity back.”

The Times deal comes after New York city officials announced a deal for a $7-billion deal with NBCUniversal to acquire NBCUniversal’s news division and its NBCUniversal Studios unit.

The move comes after President Trump and some Democrats called for the merger.

After months of controversy over the deal, the agreement has gone through a lengthy process of approval.