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Aug 11, 2003  •  Post A Comment

1. Marc Hirsch of Paramount Advertiser Sales, left, and Dennis Emerson of Paramount Domestic TV join “Entertainment Tonight’s” Bob Goen on the links as he hosts this summer’s Bob Goen Toyota Invitational charity event at the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colo.
2. During an appearance at New York’s Beacon Theater in July, Chris Isaak, second from right, poses with Comcast’s Andrew Rosenberg, left, Matt Bond and Alan Dannenbaum.
3. “Ripley” hosts Dean Cain, left, and Kelly Packard observe as Daniel Browning Smith, “The Rubber Boy,” ties himself in knots at the “Ripley’s Believe It or Not” syndication launch party held in the Ripley’s museum in Hollywood July 23 during the Television Critics Tour.
4. Mickey Mouse and “Less Than Perfect” star Sara Rue honor the winning teachers at the 2003 Disney American Teacher Awards Gala July 22 at the Disneyland Grand Hotel in Anaheim, Calif.
5. In celebration of WHDH-TV’s 10th anniversary, the station threw a bash at Boston’s Bay Tower Room. Wishing the station well are, from left, WHDH’s Mike Carson and Catarina Bandini, “Access Hollywood’s” Pat O’Brien, WHDH’s Randy Price and Ed Ansin and James Ansin of Miami’s WSVN-TV.
6. Standing at ease July 31 during the National Association of Television Program Executives’ TV producer’s boot camp in West Hollywood, Calif., are, from left, Cal Boynton, ICM; Greg Meidel, Paramount Domestic TV; Rick Feldman, NATPE; Chris Lancey, Western International Syndication; Alex Ben Block, TelevisionWeek; and David Bartis, Hypnotic TV.
7. Showtime Chairman and CEO Matt Blank, left, with Dan Klores, who directed Showtime’s “The Boys of Second Street Park,” at “Boys'” premiere at Sag Harbor Cinema in the Hamptons the weekend of Aug. 1.
8. Actor Elijah Wood, right, and G-Phoria founder Charles Hirschhorn after Mr. Wood accepted the G-Phoria “Glow Award” for best adaptation for the video game “Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers.”