SAN FRANCISCO: The Magazine Publishers of America's Custom Publishing Council hosted an executive luncheon, "Custom Publishing in the Internet Age," at the Fairmont. Attendees included (from l.) Ellen Romanow, senior VP-general manager, CIO; Michael Tchong, CEO, Iconocast Inc.; Diana Pohly, president, Pohly & Partners; and Diane Huntley, senior VP-promotion and communications, MPA.
SAN FRANCISCO: Arnold Ingalls Moranville held a cocktail reception for staff, advertisers and guests at its new offices in the San Francisco Press Club building. Welcoming guests were (from l.): David Moranville and Rob Ingalls, both managing partners; and Penny Baldwin, president, all of Arnold Ingalls Moranville.
NEW YORK: The Newspaper Association of America presented its 2000 Athena Awards for creative advertising in newspapers at Exit. Magicians Penn & Teller helped present this year's grand prize to co-winners Ogilvy & Mather and Fallon. (From l.): Brian Murphy, art director, Fallon; Teller; John Kimball, senior VP-chief marketing officer, Newspaper Association of America; (back row): Penn; Chris Wall, senior partner-executive creative director, Ogilvy & Mather.
TUCSON, ARIZ.: At the fall Information Week conference, "The Customer Experience: New Opportunities, New Business Models," comedian Jay Leno (3rd l.) joined the management of Information Week. (From l.): Bob Evans, editor in chief. Stephanie Stahl, editor, Brian Gillooly, editor in chief-events, Mike Friedenberg, publisher, and Jack Soat, senior executive editor.