photo review

April 1999
Advertising Age;4/26/1999, Vol. 70 Issue 18, p36
Trade Publication
This section presents photographs taken from the U.S. advertising industry as of April 1999. New York Women in Communications presented its Matrix Awards at a ceremony at the Waldorf-Astoria. Recipients of the awards were Joyce Hergenhan, Esther Dyson and Debby Krenek. Petersen Publishing tossed a party to celebrate the launch of its NFL Insider Magazine. Local NFL executives attending included Tom Moloney, Jason Seymour and Sara Levinson. Meanwhile, USA Today hosted advertisers at the Double Eagle Club during the Masters competition. On hand for the golf tournament were Rob Apatoff, Mary Mahoney and Lori Erdos.


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