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Oct 6, 2003  •  Post A Comment

1. King World’s Joe DiSalvo, left, “Wheel of Fortune” executive producer Harry Friedman, host Pat Sajak, co-host Vanna White, CBS Enterprises Executive VP Robert Madden and Sony Pictures President Steve Mosko toast “Wheel’s” 4,000th episode Sept. 16 at Radio City Music Hall in New York.
2. Boston Mayor Thomas Menino, left, NBC News anchor Brian Williams and VP and General Manager Mike Carson of WHDH-TV in Boston celebrate WHDH’s 10th annual Ansin Family Day Sept. 10.
3. William Morris Agency worldwide head of television Sam Haskell, with actress Kirstie Alley, hosts a reception Sept. 13 in Encino, Calif., to honor Secretary of Education Rod Paige.
4. California gubernatorial candidate and adult film star Mary Carey “rose” to the occasion at TV Guide’s Emmys party Sept. 21 in West Hollywood, Calif.
5. Top producers of alternative programming Ghen Maynard, left, Andrea Wong, Mike Fleiss, Mike Darnell, Scott Stone, Arnold Shapiro and Jonathan Murray gather Sept. 25 at the Museum of Television and Radio in Beverly Hills, Calif., for the seminar “Keeping It Real: The Past, Present and Future of Reality Television.”
6. The WB Executive VP Brad Turell, left, “All About the Andersons'” Aimee Garcia and “Gilmore Girls'” Keiko Agena take a break from The WB Student Journalism Tour Sept. 25, a chance for high school and college reporters to come to The WB studios in Burbank, Calif., and interview the young stars.
7. “Luis” cast members Luis Guzman, left, Jaclyn DeSantis and Malcolm Barrett share a moment at Fox’s Emmys party Sept. 21 at Morton’s in West Hollywood, Calif.
8. Also enjoying the Fox party are “American Idol” host Ryan Seacrest and Shauna Wall.