PEOPLE: PHOTO REVIEW
NEW YORK: Advertising Women of New York celebrated Advertising Age's recent selection of 25 Women to Watch (AA, Feb. 3) at a luncheon. Attendees included (l. to r., first row): Pat Mitchell, creative services director, Ad Council, and luncheon chair; Judy Hu; Kris Malkoski; Dawn Hudson; Andrea Jung; Nora McAniff, publisher, People, and AWNY first VP; Beth Haggerty; Linda Urben, U.S. corporate advertising director, AT&T Corp., and AWNY president; and Perri St ein. Second row: Mary Baglivo; Janet Robinson; Jolene Sykes; Carol Schuster; Sandra Spaeth; Mava Heffler; Joanne Davis; and Pamela Maphis Larrick. Third row: Ed Erhardt, VP-publisher, and Nick Ferrari, director of marketing and communications, both of the Ad Age Group.
SINGAPORE: Turner Broadcasting System Asia Pacific threw a party to celebrate the opening of its new office in Singapore. Enjoying Turner's hospitality were (l. to r.): Toby Hayward, VP-client servicing, advertising sales, Star TV; Mark Ingall, Bozell; Philip Kent, president, Turner Broadcasting System International; and David Mickler, Internet consultant, Poppe Tyson Interactive.
MELBOURNE, FLA.: Receiving Gold and Silver Addy awards at the recent Space Coast Advertising Federation Addy banquet and awards ceremony were these members of DoubleTake Advertising & Marketing (l. to r.): Sharon Abdon, account exe c; Conny Ripper, senior account exec; Marianne Welz, formerly of DoubleTake and now president, Creative Impact; Denise Beasley, president; James Adams, art director; and Jonathan Bowering, assistant graphic designer.
BEVERLY HILLS, CALIF.: In honor of A&E Television Networks' "Biography" series' 10th anniversary, the cable network hosted a screening of the cable show's "Judy Garland: Beyond the Rainbow" at the Museum of Television & Radio. Attending were (front): Jerry Maren, who played a munchkin in "The Wizard of Oz," and Elizabeth Maren. In back: Brad Westermann, director of advertising sales, A&E; and Wendy Winks, director of marketing, MCA/Universal Home Video.
NEW YORK: Ogilvy & Mather Worldwide hosted a reception at the Museum of Television & Radio that included a screening of "Advertising on Ogilvy." Among those attending (l. to r.): Aldo Papone, senior adviser, American Express; She lly Lazarus, CEO, O&M; Eugene Kummel, chairman emeritus, McCann-Erickson Worldwide; Laurel Cutler, director, global marketing planning, True North Communications; Edward Ney, chairman, Marsteller Advertising; Charlotte Beers, chair man, O&M Worldwide; David McCall, partner, Shepherdson Stern & Kaminsky; and photographer Elliott Erwitt.
NEW YORK: International Advertising Association and Advertising Age International sponsored Marketing 2020: Brands Crossing Borders at the Grand Hyatt Hotel recently. Attending the conference were (l. to r.): Harry Neuhaus, VP-adve rtising sales, MTV Networks Latin America; Martin Sorrell, chief executive, WPP Group; and James McLeod, worldwide advertising director, International Herald Tribune, and president of the U.K. chapter of IAA.