Out & About

Aug 12, 2002  •  Post A Comment

The live satellite feed on July 23 of the WB Marketing Teleconference from the KTLA studio in Hollywood featured an acoustic performance by the band Dropline.
Executives of Country Music Television and VH1 meet the Dixie Chicks and James Taylor before a taping of “CMT Crossroads” July 31 in Nashville. From left: Natalie Marines, CMT’s Chris Parr, Martie Maguire, CMT’s Kaye Zusmann, VH1’s Bill Flanagan, Mr. Taylor, Ann Sarnoff of VH1/CMT, CMT’s Brian Philips Sr. and Emily Robison.
“Molto Mario” host Chef Mario Batali, second from right, greets Food Network executives Mark O’Connor, left, Judy Girard and Adam Rockmore at the network’s “Meet & Eat” dinner July 24 in New York.
Hosts of WJFK-TV’s “The Sports Junkies,” front row, from left, John Auville, Jason Bishop, J.P. Flaim and Eric Bickel appear July 12 at ESPN Zone in Washington with back row, Comcast’s Darlene West and Charlene Cameron, Cox’s Debbie Fowler and iN Demand’s Ray Monasterski to celebrate the “MLB Extra Innings” half-season preview.
Members of the team behind “A&E’s Live by Request” gather backstage after David Bowie’s appearance on the show. From left: Jodi Hurwitz, Larry Jordan, Delia Fine, host Mark McEwen, Mr. Bowie, Paul Rappaport, Emilio Nunez and Danny Bennett.
At the July 26 premiere in Hollywood for Disney Channel’s original movie “Gotta Kick It Up” are, from left, writer and co-producer Meghan Cole, Disney’s Gary Marsh and Anne Sweeney, director and writer Ramon Menendez and Disney’s Rich Ross.
Actor Len Lesser, left, CBS’s Michael Klausman, country singer Chris Cagle and actor Perry King were on hand for the Fourth of July festivities at the CBS Studio Center in Los Angeles.
Taking part in NATPE’s “O Employer, Where Art Thou?” event July 30 in Los Angeles are, from left, panelists Sebastian Davis, Stephen Unger, Robert Rene, Rick Allen and Barbara Fisher.