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NYC TV Week attendees got a chance to network during a Thursday early-evening cocktail hour at New York’s Park Central hotel.
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Wendy Williams, host of the eponymous syndicated daytime talk show, was interviewed with Debmar-Mercury co-presidents Mort Marcus and Ira Bernstein at The Content Show.
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The Broadcasting & Cable Hall of Fame class of 2015 (l. to r.): Dr. Phil McGraw; Don Garber, MLS commissioner; Chris Geraci, president of national broadcast, OMD; Ed Carroll, COO, AMC Networks; Kathie Lee Gifford; Donna Speciale, president, Turner advertising sales; Michael T. Fries, CEO, Liberty Global; Alfred C. Liggins III, chairman and CEO, TV One; Lou LaTorre, retired president, ad sales, Fox Cable Networks; and Dave Lougee, president, Tegna Media.
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Donny Deutsch (r.), adman-turned-star of the upcoming USA Network sitcom Donny!, talks about the age of “Peak TV” with Broadcasting & Cable editor Dade Hayes at The Content Show.
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John Wildhack (l.), EVP of programming and production at ESPN, with David Stern, former NBA commissioner, at the B&C Hall of Fame cocktail hour.
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Javier Farfan (l.), VP of cultural engagement at Verizon, accepts the Award for Leadership in Hispanic Television from Louis Hillelson, VP and group publisher of Multichannel News and B&C, at the Hispanic Television Summit.
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Natasha Hritzuk (l.) of Microsoft Advertising and Colleen Fahey Rush of Viacom Media Networks catch up between panels at the Advanced Advertising event. (Photo: John Staley)
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Sarah Frampton of QVC (l.), with Jay Samit of SeaChange and Laura Frankel of QVC. (Photo: John Staley)
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Francisco Sibauste of Interactive3 (l.) talks with Matt Smith of Anvato. (Photo: John Staley)