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Airey, Marenzi are dinner co-chairs of 31st Emmies

NEW YORK: Sky Networks MD Dawn Airey and Paramount International Television president Gary Marenzi will serve as dinner co-chairs for 31st International Emmy Awards Gala. The event will take place on 24 November 2003 in New York City.

International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences president Fred Cohen said: "The International TV Academy is very pleased to have Dawn and Gary, two international television visionaries, as the co-chairs this year. Their participation will greatly add to our special evening when we honor the best in global television programming."

Airey said: "I am honoured to partner with Gary Marenzi to promote this wonderful International Emmy Gala event. As a board member of the International TV Academy, I truly appreciate the opportunity to further the goal of supporting and encouraging excellence in global broadcasting."

The names of the host and presenters will be announced in the coming months. The judging of the International Emmys is taking place around the world. Nominees will be announced at Cannes at MIPCOM on 10 October 2003. This year's sponsors, to-date, include Hewlett Packard, Sun Media China, Eurasia Media Forum, Reed Midem, Air France and Variety.

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