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FREEZE FRAME -- OCT. 27, 2014

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(From l.): Tracy St. Pierre, VP, communications, USA Network; Rick Hoffman, star, USA Network’s Suits; and Aaron Korsch, creator and showrunner, Suits, after a SAG/SAG Foundation screening of the series’ midseason finale at the Arclight in Hollywood.
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Lifetime premiered its original movie Big Driver at New York’s Angelika Film Festival (l. to r.): Jeffrey Hayes, executive producer; Olympia Dukakis, star; Rob Sharenow, EVP and GM, Lifetime; Joan Jett and Maria Bello, stars; Mikael Salomon, director; and Richard Matheson, writer.
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CTHRA honored its 2014 Excellence in HR Award recipients in Philadelphia (rear, l. to r.): Nicole Johnson, Caron Cone and Josephine Wong of Turner’s Global Technology & Operations Team, the 2014 Team Innovator of the Year. At front (l. to r.): Abby Pfeiffer, VP, CTHRA; Beth Biggs of Charter, the 2014 Aspiring Leader; Kerri St. Jean of Comcast; the 2014 Leadership Excellence award winner; and Sheryl Anderson, CTHRA president.
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At the Chicago taping of UP TV’s Steve Harvey: Act Like a Success, Think Like a Success (l. to r.): Rushion McDonald, executive producer, Steve Harvey World Group; Lisa Fischer, EVP, ad sales, UP; Steve Harvey; Brad Siegel, vice chairman, UP; and Ed Gordon, TV and radio anchor.
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(From l.): Debra Lee, BET chairman and CEO; Kevin Hart, co-creator and EP of The Real Husbands of Hollywood; and Maureen Riedy, CEO, The Paley Center for Media, at Paley’s “An Evening With BET Network’s Real Husbands of Hollywood” in Beverly Hills, Calif.
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At Smithsonian Channel’s screening of Breath of Freedom, a documentary on black World War II veterans, with the Congressional Black Caucus Veterans Braintrust at the National Archives in Washington, D.C. (l. to r.): Frank Smith, founder, African-American Civil War Museum; Clarence Davis, chairman, Baltimore City Veterans Commission, Maria Hoehn, history professor, Vassar College; Ron Armstead, chairman, Congressional Black Caucus Veterans Braintrust; David Royle, EVP, programming and production, Smithsonian; and Krewasky Salter, author, The Story of Black Military Offiicers 1861-1948.
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At First Tee of Central Florida’s “Swing for the King” golf outing in Arnold Palmer’s Bay Hill Club & Lodge in Bay Hill, Fla., which funds an endowment for Orlando-area college students (l. to r.): Tom Lawrence, executive director, First Tee of Central Florida; Scott Walker, VP of the First Tee board and a Golf Channel on-air reporter; and Mike McCarley, president, Golf Channel.
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Revealing the “Special Veterans Project,” a renovated home for military vets rehabbed by volunteers from DirecTV under the supervision of HGTV host Matt Blashaw in Inglewood, Calif. (l. to r.): James Clayton, EVP, corporate giving, Scripps Networks Interactive; Blashaw; Steven Peck, CEO, US VETS; Mike White, chairman and CEO, DirecTV; and Inglewood Mayor James T. Butts Jr. and Councilman Alex Padilla.
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The Muppets visited Soapbox Stages in Burbank, Calif., to film a series of interstitials to air on Disney Junior on 2015. With them (top, l. to r.): Nancy Kanter, EVP, original programming and GM, Disney Junior; and Bill Barretta, director/Muppet performer.