NEW YORK: Attendees at a luncheon at the Rockefeller Center Club, sponsored by United Stations Radio Networks, included (l. to r.) Dick Clark, United Stations chairman;BobIgiel, exec VP-director of broadcast, Young & Rubicam; and Bob Lill ey, exec VP, Western International Media.
LAS VEGAS: Gathered at the recent Consumer Electronics Show were (l. to r.) Denny Wilkinson, senior VP-mar keting and programming, Primestar Partners; boxer George Foreman; Jim Gray, Primestar CEO; country music star Clay Walker; and Mer le Eakins, Primestar VP-retail sales.
NEW YORK: Kids' toy Colorforms were the order of the day when one-of-a-kind Colorforms art was auctioned off by Children's Hope Foundation to benefit children with AIDS. Attending the benefit were (l. to r.): Alan Ram bam, president, chi ldren's event organizer Zoot Suit; Suzanne Silber, media supervisor, Foote, Cone & Belding; singer k.d. lang; and Doreen Frumkin, casting director, Saatchi & Saatchi Advertising.
NEW YORK: Gathered for a private viewing of the Jasper Johns exhibit currently at the Museum of Modern Art are (l. to r.) John Miller, senior VP, Young & Rubicam; William Apfelbaum, president-CEO, TDI out-of-home me dia network; and Farid Suleman, chief financial officer, Infinity Broadcasting.
LOS ANGELES: Court TV celebrated at Spago restaurant after announcing "Cochran & Grace," its new live talk show co-anchored by former Atlanta prosecutor Nancy Grace and L.A. defense attorney Johnnie Cochran. Enjoying the revels are (l. to r.) Gig Barton, VP-ad sales, Court TV; Ms. Grace; Mr. Cochran; Steven Brill, chairman-CEO, and Erik Sorenson, executive producer, both of Court TV.