TheGrill Day 2: Panels, Roundtables, Keynote, Cocktails! (Photos)
Wrap Staff | October 4, 2012 @ 10:55 AM
Last Updated: April 19, 2015 @ 11:34 PM
Chris Sacca (center), founder of Lowercase Capital and Twitter's largest single investor, with Jeff Jordan, partner in Andreessen-Horowitz, at opening night at TheGrill.
Chris Sacca, founder of Lowercase Capital, makes a point. Read more: Thanks to Twitter, Hollywood and Silicon Valley Are Finally Working Together
Jeff Jordan, partner in Andreessen-Horowitz. Read more: Thanks to Twitter, Hollywood and Silicon Valley Are Finally Working Together
Wrap editor-in-chief Sharon Waxman at opening keynote
Keynote speaker Irving Azoff with Sharon Waxman (right) and producer Leslie Urdang
Chris McGurk, CEO of Cinedigm, with wife Jamie McGurk (right) and Sharon Waxman at opening night at TheGrill
Keynote speaker ESPN President John Skipper (right) with Sharon Waxman at the opening cocktail party
Bruce Friend (right) of Vision Critical with colleagues
Rob Grady (left), COO of Wetpaint Entertainment, and Chris Kollas (right), SVP of strategy and business development, with Wrap COO Mark Davis
NBCU Digital President Nicholas Lehmann at the opening cocktail party
Wrap editor-in-chief Sharon Waxman opens TheGrill Day Two
Sharon Waxman and AllThingsD co-executive editor Kara Swisher face off with hard questions for Hollywood and Silicon Valley. Read more: Where Hollywood Sees Art, Silicon Valley Sees 'Bits & Bytes'; Who's Winning?
TheGrill was held at the London West Hollywood.
TheWrap's Brent Lang with Netflix Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos. Read more: 'Arrested Development' Season 4 Footage Premieres at TheGrill
Moderator Carlos Watson (left) chats sports media with Geoff Reiss, CEO of Professional Bowler's Association, and Ed Desser of founder of Desser Sports Media. Read more: Show Some Respect: Sports Leagues, ESPN Give Hollywood a Blueprint for Success
The audience at TheGrill conference
Mindy Grossman, CEO of HSN, is grilled by Kara Swisher. Read more: How HSN Stopped Screaming at People and Became a Media Arcade
Keynote speaker Seth MacFarlane. Read more: Seth MacFarlane on a 'Classy' Oscars, a 'Family Guy' Movie - and Stewie
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Vincent Bruzzese (left) of Ipsos MPG in lunchtime discussion with fellow attendees.
King of the Web Founder and CEO Maggie Finch leads a discussion about creating online contest site for performers.
Lunchtime debate at TheGrill
Sharon Waxman chats with convention attendees.
Chris Kollas (right) of Wetpaint Entertainment makes a point
More lunchtime conversation
Peter Heller, assistant dean for development and industry relations at UCLA, with TheWrap/HBO student fellows.
Dan Ferris of CAA
Jeff Colvin (right), SVP at Comerica Bank with his lunchtime colleagues
Gilles BianRosa (left), co-founder and CEO of Fanhattan, leads a lunchtime discussion
Jennifer Salke, president of NBU Entertainment and Paul Telegdy, president of NBC Alternative and Late-Night Programming. Read more: NBC Hopes to Rebound With Must-See TV - Again
M-Go CEO John Batter
Vincent Bruzzese, president of Ipsos MPG. Read more: Movie Buzz More Likely to Spread by Word-of-Mouth Than Social Networks
Kickstarter co-founder Yancey Strickler
A debate about online video with (from left) TheWrap's Brent Lang, Nicholas Lehman, president of digital at NBCU, Chris Williams, chief development officer at Maker Studios, and Brian Bedol, CEO of Bedrocket Media Ventures.
Chris Williams of Maker Studios, a leading online video producer. Read more: Digital Studio Execs Insist 'Everything Is Moving in the Right Direction' for Online Video
Brian Bedol of Bedrocket Media Ventures. Read more: Digital Studio Execs Insist 'Everything Is Moving in the Right Direction' for Online Video
Writer-director-producer Judd Apatow in conversation with Irving Azoff, Live Nation Entertainment executive chairman
Azoff discussed the state of the music industry. Read more: Irving Azoff Calls Pand