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NEW YORK: Bradley J. Siegel, (c.), president and general manager of Turner Network Television and Turner Classic Movies, celebrates with actors Tom Selleck (l.) and David Carradine following the New York premiere of "Last Stand at Saber River," a TNT original movie in which Mr. Selleck stars as a Confederate soldier.

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.

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