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FREEZE FRAME -- JAN. 11, 2016

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Comcast helped San Francisco seniors learn about Internet Essentials at a holiday-themed party. Among them (top row, l. to r.): Aaron Low, SF Connected; Scott Adams, Comcast; Jane Kim, San Francisco city supervisor; Amy Lynch, Comcast; Shireen McSpadden, San Francisco Department of Aging and Adult Services; Kami Griffiths, Community Technology Network; Marie Jobling, Community Living Campaign; Sue Vaccaro, Comcast; Denise Cheung, Office on the Aging and County Veterans Service Office; and Bob Montanez, Eastern Park Apartments. Bottom (l. to r.): Ami Chung, Self Help for the Elderly; Jenny Gedron, Comcast; Lana Litvak, Eastern Park Apartments; and Paulo Salta, SF Connected.
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Operator Grande Communications gave a $1,600 gift to help San Antonio’s Pay It Forward ministry, a transition program for recovering alcoholics and addicts (l. to r.): “Grande Cares” board members Wendy Fowler, Julie Dahlberg, Jessica Lackmeyer and Dana Ruff; and Joe Anthony Flores, Pay It Forward program manager.
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Anthony Hopkins of upcoming Starz series The Dresser joined the network’s panel at the Television Critics Association tour in Pasadena, Calif.
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Host Craig Ferguson (l.) and executive producer Brian Volk-Weiss of History’s upcoming series Join or Die With Craig Ferguson at the A+E Networks TCA presentation.
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Before the TCA Tour session on A&E’s new series Damien (l. to r.): Cast members Scott Wilson, Omid Abtahi, Bradley James, Megalyn Echikunwoke and Barbara Hershey; with creator and executive producer Glen Mazzara.
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Star Paul Giamatti at the New York premiere of Showtime’s original series Billions at the Museum of Modern Art.
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Steven Soderbergh (l.), executive producer, and Riley Keough of Starz’s The Girlfriend Experience with CEO Chris Albrecht at the TCA Tour in Pasadena, Calif.