Brian Roberts, chairman and CEO of Comcast, arrives in Sun Valle for the 31st annual retreat.
CNN's Erin Burnett, pregnant with her first child with husband David Rubulotta, says hello to a passing bicyclist.
Rupert Murdoch's son, James, will continue to control — along with daughter Elisabeth and brother Lachlan — a 39 percent stake in 21st Century Fox and the new News Corp.
James Rasulo, senior executive vp and CFO at Disney, saw his compensation rise to $12.2 million in 2012.
Co-founder and former CEO of Yahoo Jerry Yang resigned from his post in January 2012, with former Google exec Marissa Mayer replacing him.
Georgetown University president John DeGioia is among the boldfaced names attending the 31st annual confab, a forum for industry CEOs.
ESPN president and co-chairman of Disney Media Networks John Skipper arrives.
Michael Karsch from Karsch Capital Management makes his way to the Allen & Co. gathering.
Nathan Myhrvold, CEO of Intellectual Ventures and a former member of the DreamWorks board, arrives at the conference.
AOL's Tim Armstrong ranked seventh on a list of top-earning new-media chiefs, according to analysis from SNL Kagan, with $12 million in total compensation for 2012.
NBA commissioner David Stern, who will step down in early 2014, waves at photographers.
Rupert Murdoch's son, Lachlan, arrives to take part in the annual confab.
Rupert Murdoch, who will be asked to return for further questions after last week's emergence of secretly recorded comments he made about bribes in the British newspaper industry and the phone-hacking probes, recently split his media empire into the 21st Century Fox entertainment company and the publishing firm News Corp.
Imagine Entertainment co-founder Brian Grazer is one of several media and technology moguls attending the event.
Robert Johnson, a founder of cable network BET and the first black U.S. billionaire, attends the annual meeting.
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