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DARIEN, CONN.: American Business Press sponsored a golf tourney, the Harold McGraw Jr. Invitational, to benefit the organization's intern program. The sporting event drew golfers to Woodway Country Club. Attendees included (l. to r.): Bruce Barnet, CEO, Cahners Business Information; Harold W. McGraw Jr., chairman emeritus, McGraw-Hill Cos.; Gerald Hobbs, chairman, BPI Communications; Terry McGraw, president-CEO, McGraw Hill Cos.; and Gordon T. Hughes, president of ABP.

CINCINNATI: Media That Works threw a premiere party for clients where the entertainment was viewing new fall TV programming. Lined up for the camera during the event at the Aronoff Center are (l. to r.): Bill Price, president-CEO, and Denise Halpin, partner and senior VP, both of Media That Works; and Steve Reddicliffe, editor in chief, TV Guide.

NEW YORK: Among those attending a book signing party sponsored by Wired for contributing editor Tibor Kalman at the Royalton Hotel are (1st row, l. to r.): Laurie Howlett, VP-advertising sales, Wired; Andrew Black, director of corporate media international, Donna Karan Co.; Dana Lyon, publisher, Wired; and (2nd row) Gayle Perry, associate media director, and Dee Solomon, VP-corporate media and marketing, both of Donna Karan Co.; and Stephen Jacoby, VP-marketing and database, Conde Nast Publications.

NEW YORK: Astra in the D&D Building was the location for a reception hosted by The New York Times to celebrate a new-product launch from advertiser Estee Lauder. Among those attending the event were (l. to r.): Janet Robinson, president and general manager, The New York Times; and Evelyn Lauder, senior corporate VP, and Muriel Gonzalez, senior VP-marketing, both of Estee Lauder.

NEW YORK: TV distributors announced the recently formed Syndicated Network Television Association, which replaces the former Advertiser Syndicated Television Association. Among those on hand for the announcement at the Sony Club were (l. to r.): Dan Cosgrove, president, Eyemark Media Sales; Dick Robertson, president, Warner Bros. Domestic Television Distribution; Allison Bodenmann, president, SNTA; Bob Cesa, exec VP-advertiser sales, Twentieth Television; and Ira Bernstein, president-TV distribution, Rysher Entertainment.

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