James Murdoch, Howard Stringer, Les Moonves, David Zaslav, and, interestingly, Comcast’s Brian Roberts and GE’s Jeff Immelt back to back, will be speaking at the annual hush-hush Quadrangle confab being held Wednesday and Thursday in NYC. No media are allowed unless they’re moderating panels, and then they’re prevented from reporting what’s said inside: SPEAKERS — EMILIO AZCÁRRAGA, Grupo Televisa; DENNIS CROWLEY, Foursquare; BARRY DILLER, IAC; BRIAN DUNN, Best Buy; CHARLES FORMAN & DAN PORTER, OMGPOP; REED HASTINGS, Netflix; REID HOFFMAN, LinkedIn;
CHAD HURLEY, YouTube; JEFF IMMELT, GE; PAUL JACOBS, Qualcomm; OLLI-PEKKA KALLASVUO, Nokia; JASON KILAR, Hulu; LES MOONVES, CBS; ANNE MULCAHY, Xerox; JAMES MURDOCH, News Corp; BRIAN PHILLIPS, Thread; BRIAN ROBERTS, Comcast; PAUL SAGAN, Akamai; ERIC SCHMIDT, Google; IVAN SEIDENBERG, Verizon; BIZ STONE, Twitter; HOWARD STRINGER, Sony; BEN VERWAAYEN, Alcatel-Lucent; DAVID ZASLAV, Discovery Communications. [Full Disclosure: Quadrangle is an investor in Deadline Hollywood’s parent company MMC.]