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new york Members of the Type Directors Club attend a discussion about readable advertising at Lighthouse International's headquarters. (From l.) Jaine Schmidt, creative director, Lighthouse International; Henry Wolf, former art director at Harper's Bazaar, Esquire, Show; William Bevington, chairman-department of communications design, Parsons School of Design; Laurie Silbersweig, director of marketing communications, Lighthouse International.

new york Judges for the most effective advertising at the 2002 EFFIES take a break. (From l.) Philip H. Geier, retired chairman, Interpublic Group of Cos.; Sophie Moreau, business development manager, Women's Global Business Alliance; Olivier Lecocq, senior manager-Chrysler brand global advertising, DaimlerChrysler; Noel Geoffroy, global brand manager, Procter & Gamble Co.

new york MSG Network announces plans for a 24-hour programming schedule. (From l.) Neil Davis, senior VP-advertising sales, Madison Square Garden; Mike McCarthy, exec VP, MSG Networks; Bill Koenigsberg, president, Horizon Media; MLB Hall-of-Famer Willie Mays; NHL Hall-of-Famer Rod Gilbert; Joe Gangone, exec VP-advertising sales, Madison Square Garden.

nashville, tenn. 2001 Academy of Country Music Male Vocalist of the Year Toby Keith headlines the "Super Faces" show at the 33rd annual Country Radio Seminar convention. (From l.) Ed Salamon, president, Country Radio Broadcasters; Rob Pierce, VP-affiliate relations, United Stations Radio Networks; Charlie Chase, co-host, "Crook & Chase Countdown"; Mr. Keith; Lorianne Cook, co-host, "Crook & Chase Countdown"; Nick Verbitsky, president-CEO, United Stations; Andy Denemark, exec VP-programming, United Stations.

new york Linda Kaplan Thaler (l.), CEO-chief creative officer of Bcom3 Group's Kaplan Thaler Group, is named the 2001 Advertising Woman of the Year by Advertising Women of New York. Here, she is presented the award by Jill Manee (r.), president of AWNY and VP-publisher of the Ad Age Group.

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