NEW YORK: The American Association of Advertising Agencies unveiled its new Web site (www.aaaa.org) at its Unthinkable Ideas Conference III: Counting on the Web, at the New York Information Technology Center. Waiting for the ribbon-cutting are (l. to r.): Stephanie Resnick, public affairs assistant, Four A's; Ed Erhardt, VP-publisher, Advertising Age; Allen Kay, chairman-CEO, Korey Kay & Partners; and John Wolfe, senior VP-public affairs, Four A's. Michael Donahue (r.), exec VP-member services, Four A's, is poised to make the ceremonial cut.
NEW YORK: Hearst Magazines' Cosmopolitan toasted the holidays with a luncheon at the "21" Club. Enjoying the holiday cheer are (l. to r.): Donna Kalajian, senior VP-publisher, and Kate White, editor in chief, both of Cosmo; Caroline Geerlings, senior VP-marketing, Christian Dior; and Lucille Duran, New York manager, Cosmo.
NEW YORK: Advertising Women of New York celebrated the induction of Andrea Alstrup (c.), VP-corporate advertising, Johnson & Johnson, as its 1998 Advertising Woman of the Year Award winner with a luncheon at the New York Hilton & Towers. Flanking the winner are (l. to r.): Clair Kunz, director of sales development, News America Digital Publishing, and luncheon chairman; Betty Fitterman, partner, DeVito Fitterman; Bill Egan, VP-global skin and haircare franchise, J&J; and Nora McAniff, president and publisher, People, and president of AWNY.
NEW YORK: George Fellows (l.), president-CEO, Revlon, and Jack Kliger, exec VP, Parade Publications, were enlisted by the Museum of Jewish Heritage as speaker and chairman, respectively, for its annual Generation to Generation dinner at