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Mar 8, 2004  •  Post A Comment

1. “All My Children’s” Cameron Mathison, left, “One Life to Live’s” Heather Tom, “Passions'” Charles Divins, “Days of Our Lives'” Bryan Dattilo, “As the World Turns'” Tamara Tunie and “The Guiding Light’s” Robert Newman announce the nominees for the 31st Annual Daytime Emmy Awards live on NBC’s “Today” show March 4 in New York.

2. Radio and TV personality Reggie McDaniel, second from right, celebrates the launch of Starz On Demand in St. Louis with Charter Communications executives Todd Rumbo, left, John Phillips, Laura Brayton, Keesha Irving and Barry Wilson Feb. 24.

3. CTAM President Char Beales, left, Cox VP and Regional Manager William Geppert, MTV Networks’ Betsy Frank, Gatseos & Associates’ Pete Gatseos, GSN’s Todd Newton and John Roberts, Buzztime Entertainment’s Michael Fleming, TVN Entertainment’s Bev Doughty and TV Guide Television Group’s Mitch Miller play “Family Feud” at the CTAM Research Conference Feb. 4 in San Diego.

4. Walter Cronkite visits the studios of CBS-owned KPIX-TV in San Francisco Feb. 27 for an interview with 5 p.m. news anchor Kate Kelly.

5. Former Fox Chairman Sandy Grushow appears at the International Cinematographers Guild’s 41st Annual Publicists Awards, where he received the TV Showman of the Year Award, Feb. 27 in Beverly Hills.

6. Batman joins Cartoon Network’s Kim McQuilken, left, MindShare’s Melissa Shapiro and Cartoon Network’s Sam Register at the Cartoon Network and Kids’ WB upfront presentation Feb. 25 in New York.

7. Sally Struthers, left, Katherine Helmond, Charlotte Rae and Bea Arthur poke fun at “Sex and the City” in a parody that will air on the TV Land Awards March 17.

8. Movie critics Richard Roeper, left, and Roger Ebert discuss the Oscars with KABC-TV anchor Marc Brown on ABC’s “An Evening at the Academy Awards: The Winners” Feb. 29 in Los Angeles.

9. “Reba” star Reba McEntire and Twentieth TV’s Paul Franklin kick off talks March 1 in Los Angeles to sell the show for syndication.

10. Former California Gov. Gray Davis, left, chats with Showtime’s Matt Blank and Robert Greenblatt at the premiere of the network’s original film “Spinning Boris” March 3 in Hollywood.

11. California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger enjoys himself at the “Spinning Boris” premiere.