Out & About

Apr 8, 2002  •  Post A Comment

At the “Fear No More: End Violence Against Women” screening in New York are Dr. Sayantani DasGupta, left, Lifetime’s Rosemary Sykes, Dr. Shamita Das Dasgupta, Lifetime’s Bill Brand, the documentary’s Karen, Sachet and Marisol, and Lifetime’s Mary Dixon and Gerry Logue.
An unidentified member of the armed forces, left, with CNN’s David Albritton, Martin Savidge, Tomas Etzler, free-lancer Scott McWhinnie, CNN’s Lonzo Cook and James Payne, with free-lancer Alan Monday, foreground, in Bagram, Afghanistan.
Public defender Patrick McGuinness, left, talks with producer Denis Poncet of the Oscar-winning “Murder on a Sunday Morning,” which ran on HBO.
HBO’s Sheila Nevins, director Jean-Xavier de Lestrade and Patrick McGuinness at HBO’s “Murder” screening.
WNBC-TV’s Jane Hanson, left, Con Edison’s Frances Resheske and Sports & Arts in Schools’ Jim O’Neill.
Ted Turner, left, Rob Henninger and Bill Moyers at the CINE Master Series Awards in Washington March 8.
Dominick Dunne, left, executive producer Anne Carlucci, star Mercedes Ruehl and Court TV’s Henry Schleiff at the “Guilt by Association” premiere.
Mediacom’s John Pascarelli, left, Cox’s Joe Rooney, TechTV’s Joe Gillespie and Time Warner Cable’s Tom Feige at the CTAM Teleseminar March 21 at TechTV’s San Francisco studio.
Kyra Sedgwick, left, Showtime’s Matt Blank and Morgan Fairchild at Showtime’s programming preview.
Animator Joe Horne, Toon Disney’s Most Animated Kid Search winner Amanda Blau and Toon Disney’s Jackie Bunda.
The 12 teen-age participants in the new Christian reality show “TruthQuest: California” at a National Religious Broadcasters reception in February. The show will premiere on FamilyNet TV in October.
Scholarship winner Katie Bell, left, XM Satellite Radio’s Lee Abrams, Dr. Roosevelt “Rick” Wright and Scott Meach at the WJPZ Birthday Banquet March 2 in Syracuse, N.Y.
At a private concert by Chris Isaak March 3 in Big Bear, Calif., are Showtime’s Debra Balamos and Tom Lang, Time Warner Cable’s Bonnie Lu, Mr. Isaak, TWC’s Diana Garcia, Cox’s Patti Marciano and Charter’s David Jones.
Photographer Mika Manninen, Joan Allen and Sundance Channel’s Larry Aidem at a “Great Women in Film” book signing April 3 in Manhattan.
CN8 host Lynn Doyle and Philadelphia Mayor John Street during a recent “Comcast Newsmakers” taping.
Celebrating WPHL-TV’s $45,000 contribution to Philadelphia’s Police Athletic League on March 21 are the station’s Rachael Amara and Leslie Glenn, Police Commissioner Sylvester Johnson and Robert Tuteur and Lt. Susan Slawson of the Police Athletic League.
CN8 chef Paul Dillon, left, of “Let’s Cook,” and chef Bobby Flay of the Food Network’s “Hot Off the Grill.”
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