Several politicians and media join the program announced earlier at Vanity Fair's New Establishment Summit, which will return to Los Angeles in October for two days and two nights of inspirational conversations with leaders in media, technology, culture and finance. New headliners include James Murdoch, Monica Lewinsky, Anthony Scaramucci, Martha Stewart, Ronan Farrow, Jodie Turner-Smith, Jared Cohen, Kal Penn, Brian Stelter, Tristan Harris and YouTube celebrity LaurDIY.
Previously confirmed speakers include Gwyneth Paltrow, Bob Iger, Sheryl Sandberg, Hasan Minhaj, Ted Sarandos, Natalie Massenet, Jon Favreau, Lena Waithe, Brian Armstrong, John Legend, John Foley, Melina Matsoukas and RuPaul. The summit will take place October 21-23 at the Wallis Annenberg Center for Performing Arts in Los Angeles, California, and is hosted by Vanity Fair editor-in-chief Radhika Jones and Condé Nast, with BMW North America sponsor the founder Discovery, Inc., HISTORY® Top Sponsor, and Moncler and TriNet Sponsors.
This year, Vanity Fair is turning its attention to the changing nature of power as Hollywood, Washington and Wall Street are transformed by Silicon Valley. In addition to the previously announced programming, James Murdoch will discuss his future plans with Radhika Jones; Monica Lewinsky will lead a discussion of the blind spots in recent history with Ronan Farrow and Jared Cohen.
More information about the event, including how to request an invitation and new speaker announcements, can be found at Dome Website.
This article has been updated.
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