TheWrap's Complete Coverage of TheGrill 2012 32 weeks ago
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Seth MacFarlane gives his "Family Guy" character some stage time at TheWrap's annual industry conference, TheGrill
LiveNation Entertainment CEO Irving Azoff tells filmmaker Judd Apatow how hard it is to make it in the music industry, American Idols and Lady Gagas notwithstanding
Maker Studios' Chris Williams, Bedrocket Media Ventures' Brian Bedol and NBCUniversal's Nicholas Lehman talk online video business models at TheGrill
Kickstarter co-founder Yancey Strickler holds forth on the value of "staying small," the meritocracy of crowd-funded projects and his site's biggest film project yet
NBC execs Jennifer Salke and Paul Telegdy give their take on the network's new identity and why viewers are "more obsessed with NBC's brand" than the competition
Seth MacFarlane on making the leap from "Family Guy" to "Ted" and his control-freak creative process
Ed Desser and Geoff Reiss tell moderator Carlos Watson what it takes to be a player in sports media and whether ESPN is still the biggest superpower in the field
Mindy Grossman tells AllThingsD's Kara Swisher how HSN's overwhemingly female customer base engages with the online shopping network -- and the games women play in the process
Netflix Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos tells TheWrap's Brent Lang about the company's evolution from distributor to programmer
AllThingsD’s Kara Swisher and TheWrap's Sharon Waxman size up the relationship between the epicenters of technology and entertainment and what "content" means in both realms
From 50 Cent uploading his latest track to a parent recording his child's first words, new audio-sharing platform has plenty of uses
John Calkins, Thomas Gewecke and Jim Lanzone explain why simpler is better in the content-ownership world
Chegg CEO says that if you don't give the kids what they want, when they want it, you're as good as over
The popular internet radio's co-founder isn't worried about the lack of profitability --or a challenge from Spotify
Plus, the word on a Yahoo merger, the future of Patch and why Michael Arrington had to go
MTV Entertainment Networks president discusses the importance of streaming video as a money-generator
“I worry about a time, if the [ratings] system is not kept current, that old-fashioned shows that appeal to traditional viewers have an advantage over shows like mine"
The former studio head and Harry Sloan debate 3D, Netflix and Hollywood's digital future during the kickoff session of TheWrap's annual media conference
Facebook wants you to forget about more traditional tracking services and get in bed with their social networking phenomenon
At TheWrap's media leadership conference, the Black Eyed Peas founder says the U.S. educational and political systems says the country does bad job of inspiring disadvantaged youths -- especially in science and technology
From TheWrap's entertainment and media conference Monday and Tuesday, TheGrill: "Media Consumption Study"
TheWrap CEO warns: "We are all on the record"
All makers of loud, stupid action movies only wish their films delivered as much sheer sensation as this latest installment in the vroom-vroom saga