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Приложение 1



Greg Albrecht

Publicity Manager

General Publicity Office

Walt Disney World

Orlando, Florida


Lew Allison

Former Senior Vice President

Hill and Knowlton

New York, New York


Karen Amster-Young


Karen Amster-Young Public Rela­tions

New York, New York


Ray Anderson

Manager, Management

Communications Planning Department

Ford Motor Company

Detroit, Michigan


John Beardsley


Public Relations Society of


New York, New York;



Padilla, Speer, Beardsley, Inc. Minneapolis, Minnesota


David Bartlett


Radio and Television News Directors Association

Washington, DC


Don Blank

Director of Operations

Georgia-Pacific Television

Atlanta, Georgia


Ted Bozovich

Office of Employee Plans & Exempt


Field Systems Branch

Internal Revenue Service

Washington, DC


Richard S. Brooks, Jr.

Corporate Communications Manager


Woodcliffs Lake, New Jersey


Kathryn Buan

Manager, Investor Relations



Oracle Corporation Redwood Shores, California


Mark Cemtti


Cerutti Productions

New York, New York


Lee Cioffi


The National Museum of American Arts

Smithsonian Institution

Washington, DC


Steven Cook


Steven S. Cook & Company, Inc.

Public Relations

Washington, DC


Glenn Corey


Chedd-Angier Production Company Watertown, Massachusetts


Don Coriey

Executive Producer & Manager

Bell South Telecommunications


Birmingham, Alabama


Lynn Cox

Public Relations

Digital Express

Greenbelt, Maryland


Paul Downey

Manager, Media & Communica­tions Unit

Metro Toronto Communications


Toronto, Canada


Tony Esposito

Group Manager

Bozell Public Relations, Inc. Chicago, Illinois


Farrell Fitch

Community Relations

National Alliance for the

Mentally III

Arlington, Virginia


Patricia Frieden-Brown


Vital Video

Blue Cross/Shield

Boston, Massachusetts


Dick Hackenbeig

Account Director for Interactive



Venice, California


Jim Hampton

Manager, Publicity/Public Relations Universal Studios Florida

Orlando, Florida


Dick Jones


International Interactive

Communications Society

(New York Chapter)

New York, New York


Karen Kalish


Kalish Communications Washington, DC


JoAnn Kildow



Leesburg, Virginia


Kevin Kimball

Director of Public Relations

Siemens Corporation

New York, New York


Rebecca Madeira

Vice President, Public Affairs


Purchase, New York


Larry Moskowitz



New York, New York


Christopher Newton

Executive Producer, Corporate



Basking Ridge, New Jersey


Michael Nikolich


Tech Image

Palatine, Illinois


William Orisich

Michael Pieproben


Big Picture


Elizabeth Parkinson


Edelman Public Relations,


Chicago, Illinois


Judy Lynn Prince

Executive Television Producer

Mobil Oil

Fairfax, Virginia

Suzanne Rothenberg


Suzanne Rothenberg


New York, New York


Neil Ruggles


Net Marketing and PR, Inc.

New York, New York


Jim Schwinn

Manager, Broadcast Media Relations

Minnesota Mining & Manufactuing

Minneapolis, Minnesota


Ed Swanson

Executive Vice President

Video Placement Worldwide

Northbrook, Illinois


Joe Tieman



Radio and Television News Directors


Washington, DC


Dennis Wigent

Manager, Electronic



Troy, Michigan


Brad Witworth

Manager, Employee


Hewlett Packard Palo

Alto, California


Приложение 2




The Advertising Research Founda­tion

3 East 54th Street New York, NY 10022-3180 212/751-5656 FAX: 212/319-5265


The Ad Council

The Advertising Council, Inc. 261 Madison Avenue New York, NY 10016-2303 212/922-1500 FAX: 212/922-1676


Association of Independent

Commercial Producers 11 East 22nd St., 4 th floor New York, NY 10010 212/475-2600 FAX 212/475-3910


The American Institute of Graphic Arts

164 Fifth Avenue New York, NY 10010 212/807-1990



American Management Association 135 West 50th Street New York, NY 10020-1201 212/586-8100


Association of National Advertisers, Inc.

700 11th Street, NW Washington, DC 20001 202/626-7800

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