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Big Names Make Scene at G4's CES Bash

January 8, 2009 7:14 PM

G4's annual Best of CES party attracted some serious Hollywood and tech power players Thursday night.

It's not surprising that Comcast chief Brian Roberts would be in the audience: His company owns G4.

But more than a few heads turned when movie and TV megaproducer Jerry Bruckheimer walked into the Wynn ballroom where the event was taking place. Bruckheimer immediately struck up a conversation with Mr. Roberts and another power player: Google's Eric Schmidt.

When the formal presentation began, the trio sat together at a table near the front, along with Comcast Entertainment boss Ted Harbert and Lionsgate CEO Jon Feltheimer. The gang of five then watched various G4 talent show off some of the hottest products at CES, while snacking on miniburgers and fries.

Hey, even titans of industry have to eat.

—Josef Adalian


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