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Apr 12, 2004  •  Post A Comment

1. ABC Cable Networks’ Anne Sweeney chats with Cablevision’s Tom Rutledge, center, and Comcast’s Dave Watson at the Women in Cable & Telecommunications “Future Focus: Cable Leaders Chart the Course Ahead” panel session March 31 in New York.
2. Time Warner’s Glenn Britt, left, Cox Communications’ Jim Robbins and MTV’s Judy McGrath enjoy themselves at the WICT panel session.
3. Consumer Electronics Association President Gary Shapiro, left, and ESPN’s Bryan Burns celebrate ESPN HD’s first birthday at the CEA HDTV Summit March 29 in Washington.
4. Former heavyweight champ Evander Holyfield, left, gets together with Showtime’s Matt Blank, “The L Word” star Jennifer Beals and Cable Positive’s Steve Villano at a Cable Positive benefit March 30 in New York. Mr. Blank was honored for his contributions to the fight against AIDS.
5. Culver Studios President Ron Lynch stands amid props on the studio lot April 6 in Culver City, Calif. The industry partnership Studio City Los Angeles recently bought the studio from Sony.
6. “Without a Trace” star Poppy Montgomery enjoys the attentions of Warner Bros.’ Peter Roth, left, and the show’s executive producer Jonathan Littman at a behind-the-scenes event March 31 hosted by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences in North Hollywood, Calif.
7. Initiative Media’s CamVy Vo, left, Brett Whelan, Chris Neel, Sarah Brizzi, Ed Bennett, Laura Houtkooper, Bianca Espirito-Santo and Jen Leavens gather in L.A. to celebrate Initiative’s deal giving Home Depot category-exclusive sponsorship and product placement on CBS’s “Survivor: All-Stars.”
8. “Queer as Folk” stars Thea Gill, left, Gale Harold, Michelle Clunie and Robert Gant pal around at a season four premiere screening March 31 in New York.
9. “Queer as Folk” executive producer Daniel Lipman and actress Sharon Gless connect at the premiere event.
10. Reality Central Chairman Kay Koplovitz and co-founder Larry Namer appear at the Reality Central/2 LOVE benefit April 1 for the Step Up Women’s Network in Hollywood.
11. Nickelodeon TV President Cyma Zarghami, left, and Nickelodeon Networks President Herb Scannell, right, get together backstage at the Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards April 3 in Westwood, Calif., with “slimed” host Mike Myers.