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Aug 5, 2002  •  Post A Comment

Cablevision’s Joan Hendricks presents a $5,000 check to John Renyhart of the Long Island Museum in Stony Brook, N.Y., July 9 in support of the museum’s new exhibition on Long Island spectator sports.
Filmmaker Rory Kennedy, left, celebrates the “Pandemic: Imaging AIDS” exhibit with President Bill Clinton and AOL Time Warner’s Richard Socaredies at the Museu d’Art Contemporani July 11 in Barcelona, Spain.
Dolly Parton meets Country Music Television’s Kaye Zusmann and Brian Philips during a July 20 visit to the network to tape “CMT Most Wanted Live” and “CMT’s Grand Ole Opry Live.”
Merv Griffin warms up for his Sept. 21 Merv Griffin/Beverly Hills Country Club Celebrity Tennis Classic. The event will feature leading tennis pros and entertainment figures in a benefit for Childhelp USA.
Conrad Bachmann, left, of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences and “CSI” creator Anthony Zuiker confer June 26 at the Academy’s “Life: The Last Act” discussion in Los Angeles.
Wayne O’Dell, left, of the Telecommunications Association of Maryland/ Delaware/D.C., presents David Nevins of Nevins & Associates with the John R. Calvetti Memorial Award at the annual CTA awards dinner in Baltimore.
Below, EIC’s Brian Dyak, left, Barbara Eden, Ananda Lewis, DEA’s Asa Hutchinson, Susan Hutchinson and Marie Dyak attend the 6th Annual Prism Awards on Capitol Hill July 16.
Gathered for a screening of “Inside the Pentagon” are, from left, Comcast’s Mike Ortman, Fox Cable Network Group’s Ken Widman and Bill Lyons, John D. Hillis of NewsChannel 8 and National Geographic Channel’s Laureen Ong.
John Billock of Time Warner Cable accepts the Grand Tam Award from CTAM’s Char Beales. Mr. Billock was honored during the CTAM Summit in Boston July 14-17.
At the Scripps Networks pairings party for the June 25 Knoxville (Tenn.) Open Golf Tournament are Glenn McCullough of the Tennessee Valley Authority, left, Pat Simpson, host of Home & Garden TV’s “Before & After,” Scripps Networks’ Jim Clayton and tournament director Sandy Hull.
Turner Broadcasting Chief Financial Officer Vicky Miller, fourth from right, was honored a recent Business to Business magazine luncheon in Atlanta as one of the city’s top 20 female executives. Joining in the festivities are, from left, Turner’s Debbie Matthews, Kellie Appel, DeEtta West, Terry McGuirk, Ms. Miller, Ronnie Gunnerson, Andrea Schaffell and Sophia Karteris.
Home & Garden Television President Burton Jablin celebrates the HGTV fall special “Zip Code 007” with former Bond women Tanya Roberts, Lynn-Holly Johnson and Luciana Paluzzi at the cable network’s Television Critics Association party July 11 in Los Angeles.
Helping to open the National History Day awards ceremony June 13 at the University of Maryland are Gail Lettwich, National History Day president, left, U.S. Secretary of Education Rod Paige and Abbe Raven of The History Channel. Behind them is the History Day delegation from New York state.
Sharing their thoughts at the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences’ “Life: The Last Act” discussion June 26 in Los Angeles are David Tillman of the Motion Picture and Television Fund, left, Academy President Bryce Zabel and Writers Guild Director John McLean.
Rock legends turned out June 30 at the Fillmore Auditorium in San Francisco for the premiere of A&E’s 1,000th episode of “Biography,” on the life of concert promoter Bill Graham. From left: George Roy of Black Canyon Productions, Clear Channel’s Joel Feld, Jack Casady of the Jefferson Airplane, Black Canyon’s Marc Kinderman, guitarist Carlos Santana, Jorma Kaukonen of the Airplane, the Grateful Dead’s Mickey Hart and Mr. Graham’s sons David Graham and Alex Graham.
In New York for the screening of the TNT original movie “Door to Door” at the Museum of Radio & Television are, from left, star Kyra Sedgwick, writer/director Steven Schachter, Bill Cella of Magna Global USA, William H. Macy, who starred in and co-wrote the film, sponsor Johnson & Johnson’s Dawn Jacobs and Willard Nielsen and Magna Global’s Robert Riesenberg. In front is Turner Entertainment Networks President Bradley Siegel.
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