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Cincinnati: George Gilder (3rd r.), senior fellow at the Discovery Institute and author of "Life After Television," accepts a 1933 Crosley radio after keynoting the Future Focus '94 conference. Presenter is Richard Segal, managing director of Hensley Segal Rentschler, which sponsored the event. With them are representatives of the event's co-sponsors: Bill Price (l.), chairman, and Mary Beth Price, president, Media That Works; Ted Gramko, eastern ad director, Forbes ASAP; and Mike Woods of Forbes.
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