Faces From the Panel Discussions

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Photography by Scott Gries

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NEW YORK ( -- Panels packed with some of the industry’s leading thinkers are a hallmark and highlight of Advertising Week. Frank Cooper, VP-promotions and interactive marketing, Pepsi-Cola North America (above left), spoke on branded-entertainment issues at Tuesday’s Madison & Vine East Conference; Brent Dewar, VP-marketing and advertising, GM North America (above right), listens intently as Irwin Gotlieb, worldwide CEO, WPP Group’s Group M, expresses his opinion.

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Arthur R. Miller, the Bruce Bromley professor of law at Harvard Law School (above left), moderated a so-called '90 minute bull session' that was both serious and insightful. Robert Riesenberg, president and CEO, Full Circle Entertainment (above right), a recognized leader in branded entertainment, is known for efforts like 'Meet Mr. Mom,' 'The Restaurant' and ESPN’s 'Bound for Glory.'

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Joe Abruzzese, president, advertising sales, Discovery Networks (above left), sold the original 'The Survivor.' Sarah Barclay, creative director, Saatchi & Saatchi (above right), panelist on Wednesday’s 'Global Craetive Mind,' discussed why so many foreign creatives flock to the U.S.

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Ed Thomas (above left), chief of the Federal Communications Commission office of engineering and technology, and to his right First Amendment attorney Bob Corn-Revere, of law firm Davis Wright Tremain, participated in a freewheeling debate on topical regulatory issues. A theme during Wednesday’s 'Global Creative Mind' panel: The ad industry must re-invent itself (above right). Brit Cindy Gallop was the former chief marketing officer, Bartle Bogle Hegarty, and Lowe New York chairman-chief creative officer Mark Wnek, was born in France and raised in the U.K.

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Mark D’Arcy, chief creative officer, Time Warner Global Marketing Group (above left), offered his on take on creativity related topics on the 'Global Creative Mind' panel. Daniel L. Jaffe of the Association of National Advertisers (above right), added the marketers’ point of view to the panel 'FCC on Branded Entertainment & Beyond 2005.'

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