New York Teen People holds its 6th Annual 20 Teens Who Will Change the World event. (From l.) Amy Barnett, managing editor, Teen People; Carol J. Hamilton, president-general manager, L'Oreal Paris; Ben Affleck; Jack Rotherham, publisher, Teen People.
Tampa, Fla. Sporting News makes a trip down to New York Yankees' spring training camp. (From l.) Rick Allen, president-CEO, Sporting News; Yankees Manager Joe Torre; Pete Spina, publisher, Sporting News; John Rawlings, editorial director, Sporting News.
New York World Wrestling Entertainment unveils an initiative to utilize its 75,000-hour programming library. (Front row, from l.) Linda McMahon, CEO, WWE; Tom Barreca, senior VP, WWE Enterprises; Vince McMahon, chairman, WWE; (Back row, from l.) Ric Flair, WWE Raw superstar and 16-time world champion; Triple H, WWE Raw superstar and 8-time world champion; Kevin Dunn, executive producer, WWE.
Washington, D.C. Spike TV kicks off its Check Up or Check Out men's health initiative. (From l.) A. Demitrius Brown, president-CEO, CMX; Albie Hecht, president, Spike TV; Clinton Portis, Washington Redskins running back; Congressman Jim Moran, D-Va.; Dr. Randall Maxey, president, National Medical Association; Ron Henry, co-founder and board member, Men's Health Network.
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