Out & About

Dec 16, 2002  •  Post A Comment

Actors Tamara Braun and Chad Brannon of ABC Daytime’s “General Hospital” kick off Super Soap Weekend Nov. 9 in Orlando, Fla.
The Game Show Network congratulated the “Answer Kid” winners who were selected from a talent search for GSN’s new game show “Wintuition.” Gathered Nov. 8 on the set in Los Angeles with the winners were executive producer Henry Winkler, left, GSN’s Bob Boden, center, and Marc Summers, right, the host of “Wintuition.”
Judge Judy Sheindlin is sandwiched by the staff of The Stage Deli in New York during the dedication of the “The Judge Judy Sandwich” Nov. 25.
Larry Wert, center, president and general manager of NBC-owned WMAQ-TV, Chicago, was awarded the Person of the Year award by the Broadcast Advertising Club of Chicago Nov. 20. Roasting and toasting Mr. Wert were, from left, WMAQ anchors Warner Saunders and Allison Rosati, President of NBC Television Stations Jay Ireland and WMAQ weather anchor Brant Miller.
ABC Cable Networks Group hosted Cox Communications executives at a “Soap Talk” taping in Orlando, Fla. during ABC’s Super Soap Weekend Nov. 9. Assembled were Cox’s Pat Esser, left, SoapNet’s Deborah Blackwell, Cox’s Julie Nelson, “Soap Talk” co-hosts Ty Treadway and Lisa Rinna, Cox’s David Pugliese and Jill Campbell, ABC’s Ben Pyne and Cox’s Dallas Clement and Ellen East.
AMC Networks President Kate McEnroe, left, Martin Scorsese, Ray Liotta and AMC Executive VP and General Manager Noreen O’Loughlin gathered Nov. 13 at the UA Battery Park Stadium in New York for a screening of “Goodfellas” to mark AMC’s commitment to film preservation.
Marlo Thomas, left, F. Murray Abraham, Carol Bernard and Phil Donahue gathered in Mr. Abraham’s dressing room at the Theater at Madison Square Garden Nov. 29 after a performance of “A Christmas Carol” in which Mr. Abraham portrayed Scrooge.
Acorn Media marked the release of the DVD “Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy” at Washington’s International Spy Museum with Acorn’s John Lorenz, left, Peter Earnest of the International Spy Museum, Acorn’s Peter Edwards, former British Intelligence Officer Nigel West, and Washington Post TV critic and Electronic Media columnist Tom Shales Nov. 20.
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