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Apr 19, 2004  •  Post A Comment

1. CBS’s Nancy Tellem, left, Paramount TV’s Garry Hart and CBS’s David Stapf celebrate the 200th episode of “JAG” April 12 at The Mondrian in West Hollywood, Calif.
2. Adelphia’s Don Vavrus, left, and C-SPAN’s Anne Haller and Doug Hemming visit schools April 7 in Warrensville Heights, Ohio, with the C-SPAN school bus to teach students about how the network covers politics.
3. “General Hospital” star Mfundo Morrison, left, participates in the ABC-TV Celebrity Hoop Challenge March 27 in Azusa, Calif., with KABC-TV reporters Jane Monreal and Sid Garcia.
4. Presenting Ronald D’Anna, third from right, $10,000 toward college tuition as part of the GSN Get Schooled Games Tour March 27 in Aventura, Fla., are GSN’s John Alvarez, left, Comcast’s Spero Canton, tour host Kurt Long, GSN’s “Fake-a-Date” host Evan Marriott and Comcast’s Jeanie Hernandez.
5. Linda Rambis, left, wife of L.A. Lakers assistant coach Kurt Rambis, Lakers executive Jeannie Buss, WNBA star Lisa Leslie, Fox Sports Net’s Leeann Tweeden and Shaunie O’Neal, wife of Lakers star Shaquille O’Neal, give a female perspective during Fox Sports Net 2’s “Lakers Living Room,” simulcast during FSN’s coverage of the Lakers’ March 30 game in Los Angeles.
6. Past daters help celebrate the taping of the 1,000th episode of “Blind Date” April 3 in Hollywood with host Roger Lodge, right, behind the cake. The episode will air May 14.
7. Host Amy Sedaris, second from left, takes a break on the set of “Trio’s Film Fanatic” March 30 in New York with Trio’s Andrew Cohen, left, writer Paul Dinello and Trio’s Lauren Zalaznick.
8. Tennis star Pete Sampras, center, joins Tennis Channel’s Steve Bellamy, left, and David Meister to endorse the channel’s affiliate launch kit Feb. 26 in Santa Monica, Calif.
9. Ted Turner, left, and Tribune’s Dick Askin make an appearance at the Hollywood Radio & Television Society’s newsmaker luncheon April 8 in Beverly Hills, at which Mr. Turner was a featured guest.
10. Judge Robert Carter, center, visits the Court TV studios March 29 in New York with anchor James Curtis, left, and network CEO Henry Schleiff. Mr. Curtis interviewed Mr. Carter about his influential role in Brown v. Board of Education for a special that will air in May to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the landmark decision.