Out & About

Feb 3, 2003  •  Post A Comment

Celebrating the recent completion of WBBM-TV’s new antenna atop the John Hancock Building in Chicago are, from left, Viacom’s Fred Reynolds, Northbrook, Ill., Village President Mark Damisch, WBBM’s Joe Ahern and Dennis Swanson of the Viacom Stations Group.
Michael Chiklis, above, star of “The Shield,” is feeling victorious at FX’s party Jan. 14 in Hollywood during the Television Critics Association press tour. At right, Scott Foley and Jennifer Garner appear at the Golden Globe Awards Jan. 19 in Beverly Hills, Calif.
National Geographic Channel President Laureen Ong and “Animals of the NFL” host James Brown help get the word out about the show at the network’s Washington studio.
WTTG-TV meteorologist Tom Sater, right, receives the Gold Ribbon Award of Excellence for his mentoring work from the Job Shadow Day Coalition’s Stuart Shapiro Jan. 8 in Washington.
Paul Smith, second from left, whose production company is responsible for “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire,” celebrates his birthday recently at the Hollywood Radio & Television Society Reality TV Newsmaker Luncheon with, from left, FX’s Kevin Reilly, “Survivor: Thailand” winner Brian Heidik, “The Bachelorette” star Trista Rehn, “American Candidate” producer and director R.J. Cutler and “American Idol” judge Simon Cowell.
HBO Chairman and CEO Chris Albrecht, left, and “Curb Your Enthusiasm” creator Larry David at the cable network’s Golden Globes party Jan. 19 in Beverly Hills, Calif.
Fox Entertainment President Gail Berman and Fox TV Entertainment Group Chairman Sandy Grushow appear during the Fox TCA presentation in Hollywood Jan. 18.
Leeza Gibbons, left, and E! Entertainment Networks President and CEO Mindy Herman help promote upcoming E! reality series “The Michael Essany Show” Jan. 13 at TCA.
Gathered for a History Channel-Theodore Roosevelt Association awards ceremony Jan. 14 at the American Museum of Natural History in New York are, from left, are John Allen Gable, the association’s executive director; Jonathan Roosevelt, great-grandson of Theodore Roosevelt; The History Channel’s Dan Davids; Charles Markis of the Sagamore Hill National Historic Site; and Mark Ames, great-grandson of Theodore Roosevelt.