1 BUSY BUNNIES
Playboy Entertainment Group Inc. president Jim English (center) broke ground for the new Directrix Tech Center, where Playboy TV Networks will be the anchor tenant. Joining him (l.-r.): are Playmate Ava Fabian; Van Prevedi, MSLK Engineering; Rita Illig Liebelt, Illig Construction; Roger Faherty, CEO, Directrix; E. Peter Krulewitch, Kingston Development; and Playmate Jessica Lee.
2 MODEM MAVENS
Douglas Holloway, CTAM chairman (at podium); Mark Stalica, VP-sales, North and South America, Terayon (left); and Scott Collins, editor, Cable World (fourth from left) take the stage with the winnets of the Cable World, Terayon and CrAM Broadband and Cable Modem Marketing Case Study Competitions.
3 JUMP FOR JOY
Comcast Public Affairs of South Jersey, Comcast Ad Sales in Turnersville, N.J., and the Comcast Traffic Department of West Chester, Penn., donated a new VCR, games and toys to the children of the Matri-Ark Program of Seabrook House, a private, nonprofit rehabilitation center. Comcast manager of public relations Kathy Farinaccio (right) presented the gifts to Pat Wallace, daycare coordinator, Seabrook House.
4 FREEDOM FIGHTER
Angela Bassett presented the Bill of Rights Award to Jerry Offsay, president of programming for Showtime Networks, at the American Civil Liberties Union of Southern California annual Bill of Rights Dinner at the Regent Beverly Wilshire Hotel. The event recognizes individuals who have helped preserve civil rights and liberties.
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