Dinner at the Montage, overlooking Beverly Hills.
Speaker Bill Maher arrives on the red carpet.
TheWrap's editor-in-chief Sharon Waxman with featured speaker, "Modern Family's" Julie Bowen.
Maker Studios' Ynon Kreiz, Waxman and Bowen.
Netflix's CCO Ted Sarandos and Electus' Chairman Ben Silverman.
TheGrill's "Innovators": David Hayes, Rich Raddon and Matt Mazzeo.
USA Today publisher Larry Kramer and music-industry legend Irving Azoff with Sharon Waxman.
Cocktail reception at the Montage.
Walt Disney Studios chairman Alan Horn with Waxman.
Irving Azoff with his son Jeffrey.
Double Feature Films' Stacey Sher greets FX Networks CEO John Landgraf.
At the cocktail reception.
Waxman at the cocktail reception.
Bank of America was a sponsor for TheGrill.
Waxman turns the table on featured interviewee Bill Maher.
Maher talked to the dinner crowd on Obama, flip-flopping and why he being "the brave one" has cost him the Emmy - 32 times.
Maher with Waxman: "Obama changed his mind with Syria. I’m glad he did. He changed because Syria put something on the table that wasn’t there before. Isn’t that a better outcome?”
Maher on why he'll never win an Emmy: "Not if you're gonna be the brave one."
Waxman welcomes attendees to TheGrill.
FX Networks CEO John Landgraf with Waxman, talk "FX, FXX and the Rise of Cable.
Landgraf said a la carte cable programming would be "a risk to the whole Hollywood ecosystem."
Aereo CEO and founder Chet Kanojia defended his company against the slings and arrows of broadcasters.
Kanojia: "Cable's an inefficient packaging system."
TheWrap's Lucas Shaw with Break Media CEO Keith Richman.
Richman: ”The challenge is increasingly how do we think of ourselves as a marketing and distribution platform."
The panel for "Financing Innovation: What's Working for Investors and Entrepreneurs."
Finance panelist Mike Jones, CEO of Science, Inc.
Dana Settle, partner at Greycroft, af the Finance panel.
Finance panelist Dan Timmons, senior vp, co-head of Entertainment Industries Group.
Worldwide Motion Picture Group was a sponsor of TheGrill.
Netflix CEO Ted Sarandos with "Modern Family's" Julie Bowen.
Attendees take a lunch break.
Lunch break at Scarpetta.
Roku takes a lunch break.
The Montage's grand staircase.
TheWrap's executive editor Joseph Kapsch interviews Julie Bowen
Bowen thinks she knows how "Breaking Bad" will end.
USA Today's publisher Larry Kramer, with TheWrap's Brent Lang, said to survive, newspapers must be the conversation-starters.
Oliver Luckett, founder and CEO of theAudience: “It’s a status-quo mentality for Hollywood to spend tremendous amounts of money through broad marketing campaigns."
Double Feature Films' Stacey Sher and Michael Shamberg, with UTA digital-media agent Milana Rabkin talk "Crowdfunding and the Movies: The New Model."
Sher, along with Shamberg, produced Zach Braff’s Kickstarter-funded “Wish I Were Here.”
FanTV's Gilles BianRosa gave a new-product presentation.
ESPN President John Skipper told the crowd he's not afraid of a la carte cable -- or Keith Olbermann.
Attendees watch Skipper's presentation.
UTA's Digital Media Agent Milana Rabkin and Indiegogo's Danae Ringelmann say even the majors are coming aboard on crowdfunding.
Worldwide Motion Picture Group Picture Group CEO Vinnie Bruzzese talked the need for change in market research.
Online-video-giant Maker Studios' chief Ynon Kreiz talked on "The Revolution in Online Video and the Rise of Maker."
Steve Polzner (left) and MIka Salmi talk "Technology Meets Higher Education."
Electus chairman Ben Silverman.
Waxman with Electus chairman Ben Silverman.
Netflix CEO Ted Sarandos told why "Arrested Development" won't show in theaters.
The "Innovators": Tumblr's David Hayes, Lowercase Capital's Matt Mazzeo and ZEFR's Rich Raddon.
TheWrap's Brent Lang with Worldwide Motion Group's Vinnie Bruzzese at the closing cocktail party.
At the closing cocktail party.
Sharon Waxman with Virgin Produced's Jason Feits.
Manager Larry Thompson, at right, takes a break.
At the closing cocktail reception.
At the closing cocktail reception.
End of the evening, atop the Montage.