I had planned to do a lot more session blogging today, but other things -- an off-campus interview, plus two looming column deadlines -- have gotten in the way. Fortunately, there are a lot of other reporters in the room, so I can link to their accounts of some of the sessions I won't have time to write up immediately:
• From James Hibberd: Kiefer Sutherland and "24" showrunner Howard Gordon say the To Torture Or Not Torture? question won't be resolved until the end of the season.
• From Rob Owen: Joss Whedon (appearing via satellite) says he almost prefers the Friday timeslot for "Dollhouse" to the original Monday timeslot after "House," because the expectations are lower.
• From Rick Porter: a grab bag about "Fringe," Tim Roth getting to use his native accent on "Lie to Me," and the future of Fox comedies.
I'll be back later tonight (West Coast time) to write up "House" creator David Shore discussing the amount of Thirteen screentime this season.