Media companies in Melville, NY

Find media companies in Melville, NY. Listings include Newsday, AIP Publishing, Journal of Applied Physics, APL Photonics, AIP Advances and Newsday Sports. Click on each in the list below the map for more information.

Newsday

Newsday

235 Pinelawn Rd, Melville 11747

A
SoundTree

SoundTree

316 S Service Rd, Melville 11747

J
AT&T

AT&T

594 Walt Whitman Road, Melville 11747

R
CUTVNews

CUTVNews

150 Broadhollow Rd, Melville 11747

W
CueTique

CueTique

P.O.Box 1183, Melville 11747

4
Vispol TV

Vispol TV

150 Broadhallow Rd, Melville 11747

8

  • 10/26/20
    "Have a GREAT 'MAGA-GRAS' Rally today on our wonderful Long Island," Trump tweeted Sunday morning. "Cut Taxes, Stop Crime, VOTE FOR TRUMP. Our City and State are a MESS. What do you have to lose? Than...
    > Newsday
  • 10/26/20
    Sunday's hospitalization total stands as an increase of 44 over Saturday's, while the seven-day rolling average in the microclusters that had faced increased restrictions after spikes in cases dropped...
    > Newsday
  • 10/26/20
    "Our world is broken," said the organizer. "I’m full of different cultures in my own family and I can’t just sit here in silence. We put this together, we feel this is our calling."
    > Newsday
  • 10/26/20
    Barrett's confirmation Monday was hardly in doubt as Senate Republicans seized the opportunity to install a third Trump justice, securing a conservative court majority for the foreseeable future.
    > Newsday
  • 10/26/20
    Registered Democrats made up the preponderance of voters, outnumbering Republicans who turned out to cast their votes over the weekend, according to election board officials.
    > Newsday
  • 10/26/20
    Twenty trains to be canceled or rerouted because of construction work being done by Amtrak east of Penn Station, the MTA said.
    > Newsday
  • 10/26/20
    Long Island once again is the hot spot for state legislative races with four first-term Democratic senators battling for reelection and Republicans fighting to hold two seats following the retirement ...
    > Newsday
  • 10/26/20
    The Town of Babylon has proposed a 2021 preliminary budget that would bust the tax cap with a 7.9% tax levy increase.
    > Newsday
  • 10/25/20
    The settlement, reached about a week into a trial held virtually in federal court in Central Islip, calls for abolishing Islip’s at-large council election system. In its place, next year Islip will cr...
    > Newsday
  • 10/25/20
    On LI, 374 public schools have taken on the hybrid model of learning, while 210 are doing full five days a week of in-class learning, according to figures from the state Department of Education. A tot...
    > Newsday
  • 10/25/20
    More than 31,000 voters had cast ballots in person in Nassau and Suffolk counties on Saturday, the first of nine scheduled days of early voting prior to Election Day on Nov. 3. Thousands waited on lon...
    > Newsday
  • 10/25/20
    Many of the commuters the LIRR has lost during the COVID-19 pandemic may be gone for good, having discovered the benefits of life without the LIRR, riders and experts said.
    > Newsday
  • 10/25/20
    When you're longing for the countryside and the kids are clamoring for a pumpkin patch, realize there's an alternative to the bumper-to-bumper traffic that starts a mile before you hit Briermere Farms...
    > Newsday
  • 10/25/20
    The former Oakdale campus of shuttered Dowling College — including the ornate Idle Hour estate once owned by railroad fortune heir William K. Vanderbilt — could become Suffolk County’s most notable zo...
    > Newsday