The media world was out in full force, enjoying the last days of summer on both coasts. In Los Angeles, the Emmy Awards took everyone's attention, while in New York magazines were in high gear. More below
(L. to r.) Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos, Stranger Things star Millie Bobby Brown, actress Constance Zimmer and Stranger Things actor Caleb McLaughlin attend the Emmy Awards Governors Ball in Los Angeles.
(L. to r.) People Entertainment Network Emmy Red Carpet Special host Alicia Quarles, Emmy winner Sarah Paulson, People and EW editorial director Jess Cagle and Time Inc. brand business development svp Bruce Gersh attend Entertainment Weekly's pre-Emmy Celebration in Los Angeles.
Chicago Design Summit
(L. to r.) Paris Ceramics owner Richard Abbott, Architectural Digest West Coast editor Mayer Rus, LuxeHome at The Merchandise Mart special projects and building products vp Kate Flaherty, Paris Ceramics national director of outside sales Gayle Anthony, Architectural Digest publisher and CRO Giulio Capua and Kara Mann of Kara Mann Design mingle at the Chicago Design Summit.
(L. to r.) Women's Health editor in chief Amy Keller Laird, Feed Foundation founder Lauren Bush Lauren, ABC's Good Morning America chief meteorologist Ginger Zee and Women's Health vp and publisher Laura Frerer-Schmidt gather at the finish line of the magazine's annual Run 10 Feed 10 Race in New York.
Six days before he moderates the first presidential debate, Lester Holt performed with his band the 30 Rockers at a bash for Dateline NBC's 25th anniversary in New York.
TV Guide Magazine president and publisher Paul Turcotte with The Goldbergs star Wendi McLendon-Covey at the cocktail reception for the Television Industry Advocacy Awards in Los Angeles.
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This story first appeared in the September 26, 2016 issue of Adweek magazine.
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