NY Times Talks: Suffering & Hope

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Wednesday, May 22, 2002

6:30-8 pm The New York Times

Times Moderator: Bill Goldstein, book editor of NYTimes.com
Thank you . . . Sincere greetings to everyone.

We’re very happy you could join us for the latest Times Talks literary event – “Suffering and Hope: Mental Illness – Inside and Out.” I’m please to announce that tonight’s evening is presented in partnership with the National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association.

I’m Tom Kulaga, from The New York Times. In a few moments, I’ll turn the program over to our moderator, Bill Goldstein, and our esteemed panel – award winning authors Sylvia Nasar and Andrew Solomon. The task before them is to offer a frank look at the mental monsters under the bed. Schizophrenia. Paranoia. Depression. Familiar terms, staggering stories. Read the rest…

SCRIPT FOR REGIS PHILBIN Broadcast, Cable, & Video Award

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Honoring Bob Iger
February 10, 2000 Waldorf-Astoria

12:30 Welcome by Regis Philbin

Good afternoon and welcome to the UJA-Federation lunch. Each year, this luncheon raises hundreds of thousands of dollars, money used by 101 separate social service agencies to help a lot of needy people. This year’s luncheon is the most successful yet of the media division.

It may not reach a million dollars. But hey, start dialing, and come on my show. You might win big, and then you could donate big. Read the rest…

Script, National Children First PSA Campaign, 2000

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IDEA NO. 7: Environment
Camera opens on Drew Carey who says:

This summer, I saw dolphins swimming off the coast of New Jersey. Dolphins! In New Jersey! Almost seems like an oxymoron doesn’t it?

Those dolphins came back because of the tremendous efforts made to clean up our oceans. Environmentalism works. Who knows? Maybe next year we’ll see sharks swimming in LA! Oh yeah, we’ve already got those… Read the rest…

ABC Annual Report

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MEDIA NETWORKSBROADCAST NETWORKS
ABC Television Network

With the 1999-2000 season underway, ABC has captured the attention of audiences and critics with its line-up of new shows and returning favorites.

The new drama, Once and Again, was the first break-out show of the season. ABC also delivered the season’s biggest hit show, Who Wants to Be a Millionaire, which has become ABC’s most-watched new series in six years, drawing an average of 24.2 million viewers each episode. Read the rest…

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