Out & About

Nov 11, 2002  •  Post A Comment

Scripps Networks employees in Knoxville, Tenn., were recently given time off for Employee Volunteer Week. Staff members rolled up their sleeves and pitched in at the Wesley House children’s center. From left, Jamey Maze, Phil Cornell, Mary Beth Roberts, Taryn Vanderford, Beth White, Cheryl Masur and Craig Brackett.
VH1’s Save the Music program awarded $100,000 in musical instruments to Chicago schools Oct. 30 at DuSable High School. From left, VH1’s Robert Morrison, recording artist Vivian Green, AT&T Broadband’s Patricia Andrews-Keenan, AT&T Broadband and Chicago Public Schools’ Michael Scott, student Jerry Crockrell, MTV’s Cindy Kane, Chicago Public Schools’ Arne Duncan, Illinois Senator Richard Durbin and AT&T Broadband’s Debra Marton attend the celebration.
Celebrating the winner of Showtime’s CCP Free Preview Weekend Sweepstakes in St. Louis recently were, from left, Showtime’s Jeni Enright, the winner’s mom Janet Zolezzi, winner Jodie Zolezzi and Showtime’s Dennis Cook.
On Nov. 4, ABC and Los Angeles Council Member Eric Garcetti announced at the El Capitan Entertainment Center that “Jimmy Kimmel Live” will premiere on Super Bowl Sunday, Jan. 26. From left, executive producer Daniel Kellison, Garcetti, comedian Jimmy Kimmel and ABC’s Lloyd Braun.
Assembled for the announcement of The Museum of Television and Radio’s formation of a Los Angeles Board of Governors on Oct. 29 are, from left, CBS’s Leslie Moonves, board co-chairs Peter Chernin of News Corp. and Gordon Crawford of Capital Research and Management, and MT&R’s Robert M. Batscha and Barbara Dixon.
Above, students at New Rochelle High School in New York were recently among the first to use Court TV’s forensics high school curriculum. From left, science teacher Scott Rubins, students Jason Murakami, Lakisha Worrell and Renee Saunders and Court TV’s Evan Shapiro.