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Turner Broadcasting System, Inc. (also known simply as Turner) is an American media conglomerate that is a division of Time Warner
Time Warner
and manages the collection of cable television networks and properties initiated or acquired by Ted Turner. The company was founded in its current form in 1965, and merged with Time Warner
Time Warner
on October 10, 1996. It now operates as a semi-autonomous unit of Time Warner. The company's assets include CNN, HLN, TBS, TNT, Turner Classic Movies, Cartoon Network, Adult Swim, Boomerang and TruTV. The company's current chairman and CEO is John K. Martin.[4] The headquarters of Turner's properties are located in both the CNN Center
CNN Center
in Downtown Atlanta[5] and the Turner Broadcasting campus off Techwood Drive in Midtown Atlanta, which also houses Turner Studios.[6] Across Interstate 75/85
Interstate 75/85
from the Techwood campus is the original home of Turner's WTBS superstation (now separated into its TBS cable network and Peachtree TV), which today houses the headquarters of Adult Swim and Williams Street
Williams Street
Productions.

Contents

1 History

1.1 Early history 1.2 1970s 1.3 1980s 1.4 1990s 1.5 2000s 1.6 2010s

2 Properties

2.1 U.S. domestic 2.2 International 2.3 Other regions

3 Former assets 4 References 5 External links

History[edit] Early history[edit] Turner Broadcasting System
Turner Broadcasting System
traces its roots to a billboard company in Savannah purchased by Robert Edward Turner II in the late 1940s.[7] Turner grew the business, which later became known as Turner Advertising Company.[7] Robert Edward Turner's son, Ted Turner, inherited the company when the elder Turner died in 1963.[7] After taking over the company, Ted Turner
Ted Turner
expanded the business into radio and television.[7] Turner Broadcasting System
Turner Broadcasting System
as a formal entity was incorporated in Georgia in May 1965.[8] 1970s[edit] In 1970, Ted Turner
Ted Turner
purchased WJRJ-Atlanta, Channel 17, a small, struggling Ultra High Frequency
Ultra High Frequency
station, and renamed it WTCG, for parent company Turner Communications Group. By careful programming acquisitions, Turner guided the station to success. During December 1976, WTCG originated the "superstation" concept, transmitting via satellite to cable systems. On December 17, 1976 at 1:00 pm, WTCG Channel 17's signal was beamed via satellite to its four cable systems in Grand Island, Nebraska; Newport News, Virginia; Troy, Alabama; and Newton, Kansas. All four cable systems started receiving the 1948 Dana Andrews - Cesar Romero film Deep Waters already in progress. The movie had started 30 minutes earlier. WTCG went from being a little television station to a major TV network
TV network
that every one of the 24,000 households outside of the 675,000 in Atlanta
Atlanta
was receiving coast-to-coast. WTCG became a so-called Superstation and created a precedent of today's basic cable television. HBO
HBO
had gone to satellite transmissions to distribute its signal nationally in 1975, but that was a service cable subscribers were made to pay extra to receive. Ted Turner's innovation signaled the start of the basic cable revolution. In 1979, the company changed its name to Turner Broadcasting System, Inc. (TBS, Inc.) and the call letters of its main entertainment channel to WTBS. 1980s[edit] On June 1, 1980, Cable News Network (CNN) was launched at 17:00 EDT becoming the first 24-hour news cable channel. The husband and wife team of Dave Walker and Lois Hart news anchored the first newscast, Burt Reinhardt the then executive vice president of CNN, hired most of the channel's first 200 employees & 25-member staff including Bernard Shaw, the network's first news anchor. In 1981, Turner Broadcasting System
Turner Broadcasting System
acquired Brut Productions from Faberge Inc.[9] In 1984, Turner initiated Cable Music Channel, his competition for WASEC's MTV. The channel was short-lived, but helped influence the original format of VH1. In 1986, after a failed attempt to acquire CBS, Turner purchased the film studio MGM/UA Entertainment Co. from Kirk Kerkorian
Kirk Kerkorian
for $1.5 billion. Following the acquisition, Turner had an enormous debt and sold parts of the acquisition. MGM/UA Entertainment was sold back to Kirk Kerkorian. The MGM/UA Studio lot in Culver City
Culver City
was sold to Lorimar/Telepictures. Turner kept MGM's pre-May 1986 film and TV library as well as the Associated Artists Productions
Associated Artists Productions
library (the pre-1950[10][11] Warner Bros.
Warner Bros.
film library and the Fleischer Studios/ Famous Studios
Famous Studios
Popeye cartoons originally released by Paramount Pictures), and the U.S./Canadian distribution rights to the RKO Pictures
RKO Pictures
library. Turner Entertainment
Turner Entertainment
Co. was founded on August 4, 1986. On October 3, 1988, the company launched Turner Network Television (TNT).[12] 1990s[edit] Turner expanded its presence in movie production and distribution, first with the 1991 purchase of the Hanna-Barbera
Hanna-Barbera
animation studio.[13] On December 22, 1993, Turner acquired Castle Rock Entertainment. Turner purchased New Line Cinema
New Line Cinema
a month later.[14][15][16] Turner launched Cartoon Network
Cartoon Network
on October 1, 1992, followed by Turner Classic Movies (TCM) on April 14, 1994. On October 10, 1996, Turner merged with Time Warner, a company formed in 1990[17] by the merger of Time Inc. and Warner Communications.[18] Through this merger, Warner Bros.
Warner Bros.
had regained the rights to its pre-1950 library, while Turner gained access to the company's post-1950 library and other properties. 2000s[edit] In 2003, Philip I. Kent succeeded Jamie Kellner as chairman. Operational duties for The WB
The WB
were transferred by Time Warner
Time Warner
from Warner Bros.
Warner Bros.
to Turner Broadcasting during 2001, while Kellner was chairman, but were returned to Warner Bros.
Warner Bros.
in 2003 with the departure of Kellner. On February 23, 2006, the company agreed to sell the regional entertainment channel Turner South
Turner South
to Fox Entertainment Group.[19] Fox assumed control of the channel on May 1, and on October 13 relaunched it as SportSouth
SportSouth
- coincidentally, the former name of Fox Sports South when Turner owned this channel in partnership with Liberty Media between 1990 and 1996.[20] In May 2006, Time Warner, which had owned 50% of Court TV since 1998, purchased the remaining 50% from Liberty Media
Liberty Media
and began running the channel as part of Turner Broadcasting. The channel was relaunched as TruTV
TruTV
on January 1, 2008. Also in May 2006, Ted Turner
Ted Turner
attended his last meeting as a board member of Time Warner
Time Warner
and officially parted with the company.[21] On October 5, 2007, Turner Broadcasting System
Turner Broadcasting System
completed the acquisition of Claxson Interactive Pay Television Networks in Latin America.[22][unreliable source?] 2010s[edit] On August 26, 2010, Turner Broadcasting took full control of Chilevisión, a TV channel owned by Chile's President Sebastián Piñera.[23] On September 8, 2011, Turner Broadcasting System
Turner Broadcasting System
acquired LazyTown Entertainment, the producer of the TV series LazyTown.[24] On January 1, 2014, John K. Martin succeeded Phil Kent as chairman and CEO of Turner Broadcasting.[25] In August 2014, The Wrap
The Wrap
reported that Turner was preparing to offer buy-outs to 550 employees as part of plans to restructure the company heading into 2015. The ratings performance of CNN
CNN
and HLN were cited as a factor, while CBSSports.com reported that the rising rights fees Turner pays for its NBA broadcasts on TNT may have also been a factor.[26][27] It was further reported in October 2014 that the company planned to reduce its workforce by 10% (1,475 people) through layoffs across a wide set of units including corporate positions.[28] On August 14, 2015, it was announced that Turner Broadcasting had acquired a majority stake in iStreamPlanet, a Las Vegas-based video streaming services company, in an effort to bolster its over-the-top programming and shift its core technology infrastructure to the cloud. iStreamPlanet is a direct competitor of Major League Baseball
Major League Baseball
Advanced Media. The deal was reported to be in the neighborhood of $200 million.[29] On October 2015, Turner launched a streaming-video network named Great Big Story.[30] In April 2017, in order to expedite the sale of Time Warner
Time Warner
to AT&T by shedding FCC-licensed properties, WPCH-TV
WPCH-TV
was sold to Meredith Corporation. It had already been operating WPCH on its behalf since 2011 as a sister to its local station WGCL-TV.[31]

Former Turner Broadcasting System
Turner Broadcasting System
logo

Properties[edit]

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U.S. domestic[edit]

CNN

HLN

Boomerang Cartoon Network/Adult Swim Hulu
Hulu
(10%) TBS TNT TruTV Turner Classic Movies

NOW PLAYING (magazine) FilmStruck

Turner Sports

Bleacher Report NBA.com PGA.com NCAA.com/March Madness Live NBA TV
NBA TV
(Owned by the National Basketball Association, operated by Turner)

International[edit] Latin America The channels in Latin America
Latin America
are controlled by Turner Broadcasting System Latin America, headquartered in Atlanta. It broadcasts Latin American versions of U.S. channels, and also channels that are exclusive for the region. TBS LA also handles advertising sales for Warner TV
Warner TV
(owned by fellow Time Warner
Time Warner
division Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.) and for the Brazilian action sports channel Woohoo.

Chilevisión
Chilevisión
(Free to air, Chile)

News and Information

CNN
CNN
en Español

CNN
CNN
en Español Pan-regional CNN
CNN
en Español México

CNN
CNN
Chile CNN
CNN
Indonesia (co-owned by Trans Media) CNN
CNN
International

Channel SD (Latin America, Asia, Europe, Africa) Channel HD (Asia, Middle East and North Africa)

CNN
CNN
Philippines (co-owned with Nine Media Corporation
Nine Media Corporation
and Radio Philippines Network through a brand licensing agreement) CNN
CNN
Türk (co-owned with Doğan Media Group) CNN
CNN
HD (USA) HLN International

Channel SD (Asia, Middle East and North Africa)

Indian

CNN-News18 CNN
CNN
International South Asia Toonami
Toonami
India Cartoon Network
Cartoon Network
India Pogo TV HBO
HBO
India WB India Zee Turner Limited (Joint venture with Zee Entertainment Enterprises)

Kids and Teens

Boomerang

Boomerang Latin America Boomerang México Boomerang Brasil Boomerang India

Boomerang Australia Boomerang Germany Boomerang (Nederland) Boomerang (Middle East and Africa) Boomerang (Central and Eastern Europe)
Boomerang (Central and Eastern Europe)
(Audio option in English, Romanian, Hungarian, Polish, Bulgarian, Czech, Slovak and Russian) Boomerang France (HD and SD) Boomerang Italy Boomerang Nordic Boomerang UK & Ireland (HD and SD) Boomerang Southeast Asia
Asia
(Multiaudio option) Boomerang Turkey Boomerang Japan Cartoon Network
Cartoon Network
Latin America
Latin America
(HD and SD)

Cartoon Network
Cartoon Network
Latin America
Latin America
1 Cartoon Network
Cartoon Network
Chile Cartoon Classic India Cartoon Network
Cartoon Network
Argentina Cartoon Network
Cartoon Network
México Cartoon Network
Cartoon Network
Brasil

Cartoon Network
Cartoon Network
Poland (HD and SD) Cartoon Network
Cartoon Network
(Central and Eastern Europe) Cartoon Network
Cartoon Network
Nordic (Sweden, Norway, Danmark and Finland) Cartoon Network
Cartoon Network
Italia Cartoon Network
Cartoon Network
Nederland Cartoon Network
Cartoon Network
Türkiye Cartoon Network
Cartoon Network
Pakistan Cartoon Network
Cartoon Network
France (HD and SD) Cartoon Network
Cartoon Network
Canada Cartoon Network
Cartoon Network
Australia Cartoon Network
Cartoon Network
India Cartoon Network
Cartoon Network
UK & Ireland (HD and SD) Cartoon Network
Cartoon Network
Japan Cartoon Network
Cartoon Network
Taiwan Cartoon Network
Cartoon Network
Russia and Southeast Europe Cartoon Network
Cartoon Network
(Middle East & Africa) Cartoon Network
Cartoon Network
Arabic (HD and SD) Cartoon Network
Cartoon Network
Deutschland Cartoon Network
Cartoon Network
Korea Cartoon Network
Cartoon Network
Southeast Asia Cartoon Network
Cartoon Network
Philippines Tooncast
Tooncast
(Latin America)

Tooncast
Tooncast
Pan-regional Tooncast
Tooncast
Brasil

Cartoonito
Cartoonito
(UK & Ireland) Toonami
Toonami
Channel (Asia) Toonami
Toonami
Channel (France) Pogo (India)

Lifestyle

Glitz* Latin America

Glitz* Pan-regional

TNT Glitz
TNT Glitz
(Germany, previously Glitz*) TruTV
TruTV
Latin America
Latin America
(Also in High Definition)

TruTV
TruTV
Pan-regional TruTV
TruTV
Brasil

TruTV TABI Channel (Japan) MONDO TV (Japan)

Music

HTV (Latin America) MuchMusic (Latin America) Imagine Showbiz (India)

Movies & Entertainment

TNT (Also in High Definition)

TNT México TNT Brasil TNT Argentina (Argentina, Uruguay and Paraguay) TNT Chile
Chile
& South American countries TNT Colombia TNT Panama & Central American countries

TNT Series
TNT Series
(Latin America, HD and SD) TNT TNT Polska TNT România TNT Spain TNT Serie
TNT Serie
(Germany) TNT Film
TNT Film
(Germany) TNT Nordic I-SAT (Latin America)

I-SAT Pan-regional I-SAT Argentina I-SAT Brasil

Space (Latin America, Also in High Definition)

Space Pan-regional Space Argentina Space Brasil

TCM (Latin America)

TCM Pan-regional TCM Argentina TCM Brazil

Turner Classic Movies
Turner Classic Movies
UK (HD and SD) Turner Classic Movies
Turner Classic Movies
Nordic (Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden) Turner Classic Movies
Turner Classic Movies
Middle East Turner Classic Movies
Turner Classic Movies
Africa TCM Spain (HD and SD) TCM Cinema (France) (HD and SD) TCM South East Asia TBS (Latin America)

TBS Pan-regional TBS Argentina TBS Brasil

HBO
HBO
Pakistan Warner TV
Warner TV
South East Asia
Asia
(HD and SD) Warner TV
Warner TV
India (HD and SD) Warner TV
Warner TV
Pakistan Warner TV
Warner TV
Latin America

Sports

TNT Sports
TNT Sports
(Argentina) Woohoo (Brazil) Esporte Interativo
Esporte Interativo
(Brazil) Esporte Interativo
Esporte Interativo
Plus (Brazil) - Only Web EI Maxx (Brazil) EI Maxx 2 (Brazil) CDF (Chile)

Chinese

Phoenix Chinese Channel Phoenix InfoNews Channel Phoenix North America Chinese Channel Phoenix Chinese News and Entertainment Channel Phoenix Hong Kong Channel Oh!K

Other regions[edit] Regional News

CNN
CNN
Chile, a joint-venture between Turner Latin América and VTR Globalcom that is only aired in Chile. CNN
CNN
IBN, a joint-venture between Turner, TV18 and Global Broadcast News that is only aired in India. CNN
CNN
Türk, owned by Doğan Medya Grubu that is only aired in Turkey. CNN+, a joint-venture between Turner (50%) and Sogecable that is only aired in Spain, closed down in late 2010.

Entertainment

CETV (36%, joint venture with TOM Group) QTV (50%, joint venture with IS Plus, an affiliate of JoongAng Ilbo) (South Korea) Showtime Scandinavia
Showtime Scandinavia
through Turner NonStop Television in the Scandinavian countries. Silver (TV channel), independent and international movies, through Turner NonStop Television in the Scandinavian countries. Star, showbiz news programming, through Turner NonStop Television in the Scandinavian countries. TruTV
TruTV
(UK and Ireland) Entertainment & Reality channel

Animation

Boomerang UK, various Boomerang channels around Europe Boing (Italy)
Boing (Italy)
(Mediaset 51% and Turner 49%) Boing (France) Boing (Africa) Boing (Spain)

Movies

Lumiere Movies : 92%

Former assets[edit]

Atlanta
Atlanta
Braves — An MLB franchise (Now owned by Liberty Media) Atlanta
Atlanta
Hawks — An NBA franchise (Now owned by Atlanta
Atlanta
Spirit) Atlanta
Atlanta
Thrashers — An NHL franchise (now owned by True North Sports & Entertainment as the Winnipeg Jets) Cable Music Channel
Cable Music Channel
— A defunct television channel Castle Rock Entertainment
Castle Rock Entertainment
— A film production company* CNNfn
CNNfn
— A defunct television channel CNNSI
CNNSI
— A defunct television channel Hanna-Barbera
Hanna-Barbera
Productions — An animation studio* SportSouth
SportSouth
— A regional sports network (Now owned by 21st Century Fox as Fox Sports South) New Line Cinema
New Line Cinema
— A film production company*

New Line Television — A television production arm of New Line Productions*

Turner Publishing
Turner Publishing
— A defunct book publisher (Not to be confused with Turner Publishing
Turner Publishing
of Nashville, Tennessee) Turner Entertainment
Turner Entertainment
Co. — A film holding company*

Turner Pictures — An original in-house programming* Turner Pictures Worldwide Distribution — An international distribution sales unit* Turner Feature Animation — An animation unit* Turner Home Entertainment — A home video distributor (Merged into Warner Home Video) Turner Program Services — A former syndication arm − (Merged into Warner Bros' Telepictures
Telepictures
Productions)

Turner South
Turner South
— A regional television channel (Now owned by Fox Sports Networks as Fox Sports Southeast) Universal Wrestling Corporation - A professional wrestling promotion formerly known as World Championship Wrestling. Currently a non-operational company, select assets are now owned by WWE, Inc. through WCW, Inc.[32] WPCH-TV
WPCH-TV
- A terrestrial broadcasting station and a former superstation (now owned by Meredith Corporation)

* Now owned or absorbed by sister company, Warner Bros. References[edit]

^ Miglani, Jitender (6 December 2016). "How Time Warner
Time Warner
Makes Money? Understanding Time Warner
Time Warner
Business Model - Revenues & Profits".  ^ "Pressroom". Turner.  ^ Andreeva, Nellie (August 5, 2013). "David Levy Upped To President Of Turner Broadcasting System". Deadline Hollywood. Retrieved June 20, 2015.  ^ "JOHN MARTIN BIO". Turner. Retrieved September 28, 2017.  ^ "Contact Us." Turner Broadcasting System. ^ "TERMS OF USE". Archived from the original on June 26, 2015. Retrieved June 20, 2015.  ^ a b c d Turner, Ted (2008). Call Me Ted. New York: Grand Central Publishing. ISBN 978-0-446-58189-9.  ^ "Turner Broadcasting System, Inc". Georgia Corporations Division. Georgia Secretary of State. Retrieved 13 February 2018.  ^ "Faberge Sells Brut's Assets". The New York Times. The New York Times Company. January 1, 1982. Retrieved September 28, 2017.  ^ You Must Remember This: The Warner Bros.
Warner Bros.
Story, (2008) p. 255. ^ "Media History Digital Library". Retrieved September 28, 2017.  ^ Brennan, James E. (October 2, 1988). "NEW TNT CHANNEL BEGINS MONDAY ON CABLE SYSTEMS". The Buffalo News. Retrieved September 28, 2017.  ^ Lippman, John (October 30, 1991). "Turner Is Buying Hanna-Barbera Film Library". Los Angeles Times. Times Mirror Company. Retrieved September 8, 2010.  ^ Harris, Kathryn (August 7, 1993). " New Line Cinema
New Line Cinema
holding merger talks with Turner".  ^ Citron, Alan (August 18, 1993). "Turner gets nod to buy New Line and Castle Rock".  ^ "Turner Broadcasting Company Report". U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, Washington, D.C.  ^ "FAQs - Time Warner
Time Warner
- Investor Relations - Time Warner
Time Warner
Inc".  ^ "Time-TBS merger closed - Oct. 10, 1996". CNNMoney. Time Warner. CNN. October 10, 1996. Retrieved September 28, 2017.  ^ Becker, Anne. " Time Warner
Time Warner
Sells Turner South
Turner South
to Fox". Broadcasting & Cable. Reed Business Information. Retrieved September 28, 2017.  ^ Grossman, Ben. " Turner South
Turner South
To Become SportSouth". Broadcasting & Cable. Reed Business Information. Retrieved September 28, 2017.  ^ Weber, Harry (19 May 2006). " Ted Turner
Ted Turner
Bids Farewell to Time Warner". Washington Post. AP. Retrieved 13 February 2018.  ^ "Claxson Interactive Group Inc (XSONF.PK)". Reuters. Retrieved September 28, 2017.  ^ "Turner Broadcasting System, Inc. to Acquire Chilevisión". Time Warner. August 25, 2010. Retrieved September 28, 2017.  ^ Turner, Mimi (September 8, 2011). "'Lazytown' Founder Sells To Turner Broadcasting For $25 Million". The Hollywood Reporter. Prometheus Global Media. Retrieved September 28, 2017.  ^ "Turner". John Martin Bio. Retrieved September 28, 2017.  ^ "550 Buyouts, Layoffs Imminent at Turner; HLN, CNN
CNN
Among Cuts (Exclusive)". The Wrap. The Wrap
The Wrap
News Inc. August 19, 2014. Retrieved September 28, 2017.  ^ "Report: Turner to fire 550 people in advance of rising NBA rights deal". CBSSports.com. CBS
CBS
Interactive. August 26, 2014. Retrieved September 28, 2017.  ^ Friedman, Wayne (October 6, 2014). "Turner Broadcasting To Cut 10% Of Workforce". MediaDailyNews. New York: MediaPost Communications.  ^ Ramachandran, Shalini (August 14, 2015). "Time Warner's Turner Cable Unit Acquires Majority Stake In iStreamPlanet". The Wall Street Journal. News Corp. Retrieved September 28, 2017.  ^ "CNN, Turner Launch Great Big Story Streaming-Video Network". Deadline.com. Penske Media Corporation. October 20, 2015. Retrieved January 24, 2018.  ^ Shields, Todd (April 17, 2017). " Time Warner
Time Warner
TV-Station Sale Approved, Easing AT&T Deal Path". Bloomberg. Retrieved September 28, 2017.  ^ "WCW: How It Died, and How WWE
WWE
and Vince McMahon Made Sure It Never Rose Again". Bleacher Report. Turner Broadcasting System. 

External links[edit]

Official website

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North American television

Boomerang Cartoon Network
Cartoon Network
(Adult Swim; Toonami) CNN CNN
CNN
Airport CNN
CNN
International HLN NBA TV1 TBS TNT truTV Turner Classic Movies

TBS Europe

Boing

Africa France Italy Spain

Boomerang

Central and Eastern Europe Arab World, Africa, Greece and Cyprus France Germany Italy Netherlands Nordic Portugal Spain Turkey UK & Ireland

Cartoon Network

Arabic Arab World and Africa Central & Eastern Europe France Germany Italy Netherlands Nordic Poland Portugal Russia and Southeastern Europe Turkey UK & Ireland

Turner Classic Movies

Africa TCM Cinéma Middle East Nordic Spain UK & Ireland

TNT

Comedy Film Serie Nordic Poland Romania Spain

CNN

CNN
CNN
International CNN
CNN
Türk

Cartoonito

Italy UK and Ireland

Others

Toonami
Toonami
(France) Warner TV

TBS Asia
Asia
Pacific

Cartoon Network

Australia and New Zealand China (on demand) India Japan Pakistan Philippines3 Southeast Asia South Korea Taiwan

CNN

CNN-News18 CNN
CNN
International Asia
Asia
Pacific CNN
CNN
International South Asia Indonesia2 Philippines 3

HBO

Cinemax HBO HBO
HBO
Family HBO
HBO
Hits HBO
HBO
Signature RED by HBO

Boomerang

Australia and New Zealand Southeast Asia South Korea Thailand

Others

Oh!K Pogo Toonami
Toonami
(India) truTV Turner Classic Movies WB Channel Warner TV World Heritage Channel

TBS Latin America

Boomerang Cartoon Network CDF Chilevisión CNN
CNN
Chile CNN
CNN
en Español CNN
CNN
International Esporte Interativo Glitz HispanicTV I.Sat Space TBS TNT Series Tooncast Warner TV truTV TNT Sports

TV production/distribution

Cartoon Network
Cartoon Network
Studios Cartoon Network
Cartoon Network
Studios Europe Cartoon Network
Cartoon Network
Productions CNN
CNN
Films Turner Sports World Championship Wrestling4 Williams Street Hulu
Hulu
(10%)

Internet assets

Bleacher Report CNNMoney FilmStruck Super Deluxe

Former

Cable Music Channel Cartoon Network
Cartoon Network
Spain Cartoon Network
Cartoon Network
Too Cartoonito
Cartoonito
Asia Cartoonito
Cartoonito
Spain China Entertainment Television CNN
CNN
Checkout Channel CNNfn CNN/SI CNX CNN+ Crime Library Gameloft Imagine TV Infinito Lumiere Movies Nuts TV Real Retro Showtime Scandinavia Silver Star! Scandinavia TCM Autor TCM Clásico The Smoking Gun TNT UK Toonami
Toonami
Jetstream (50% with Viz Media) Toonami
Toonami
Southeast Asia Toonami
Toonami
UK and Ireland truTV UK and Ireland (sold to Sony Pictures Television) Turner Classic Movies
Turner Classic Movies
2 Turner Entertainment
Turner Entertainment
Co. Turner Program Services Turner South
Turner South
(now Fox Sports Southeast) Voom HD International WPCH-TV WRET (now WCNC-TV)

^1 Owned by the NBA, operated by Turner. ^2 Co-owned by Trans Media. ^3 Co-owned with Nine Media Corporation
Nine Media Corporation
and Radio Philippines Network through a brand licensing agreement. ^4 Assets now owned by WWE, Inc. through WCW, Inc.

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Atlanta
Atlanta
companies

Aaron's, Inc. AGCO
AGCO
(Duluth) American Megatrends
American Megatrends
(Gwinnett County) Arby's
Arby's
(Sandy Springs) AT&T Mobility Atlanta
Atlanta
Bread Company (Smyrna) Atlanta
Atlanta
Gas Light BellSouth Chick-fil-A
Chick-fil-A
(College Park) Church's Chicken
Church's Chicken
(Sandy Springs) Coca-Cola Cox Enterprises Delta Air Lines EarthLink Equifax ExpressJet
ExpressJet
(College Park) Georgia Natural Gas Georgia-Pacific Georgia Power Holiday Inn Holiday Inn
Holiday Inn
Express The Home Depot
The Home Depot
(Cobb County) Hooters Intercontinental Exchange Krystal Kool Smiles
Kool Smiles
(Marietta) Merial
Merial
(Duluth) NCR Corporation
NCR Corporation
(Gwinnett County) Popeyes
Popeyes
(Sandy Springs) RaceTrac Rheem Scientific Atlanta
Atlanta
(Lawrenceville) Simmons Bedding Company Southern Company SunTrust Banks Turner Broadcasting System United Parcel Service
United Parcel Service
(Sandy Springs) Waffle House
Waffle House
(Gwinnett County) The Weather Channel (Cobb County)

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Board of directors

William P. Barr Jeff Bewkes Robert C. Clark Mathias Döpfner Jessica Einhorn Carlos Gutierrez Fred Hassan Paul Wachter Deborah Wright

Other people

Richard Parsons Steve Ross

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Turner Broadcasting System

North American television

Boomerang Cartoon Network
Cartoon Network
(Adult Swim; Toonami) CNN CNN
CNN
Airport CNN
CNN
International HLN NBA TV1 TBS TNT truTV Turner Classic Movies

TBS Europe

Boing

Africa France Italy Spain

Boomerang

Central and Eastern Europe Arab World, Africa, Greece and Cyprus France Germany Italy Netherlands Nordic Portugal Spain Turkey UK & Ireland

Cartoon Network

Arabic Arab World and Africa Central & Eastern Europe France Germany Italy Netherlands Nordic Poland Portugal Russia and Southeastern Europe Turkey UK & Ireland

Turner Classic Movies

Africa TCM Cinéma Middle East Nordic Spain UK & Ireland

TNT

Comedy Film Serie Nordic Poland Romania Spain

CNN

CNN
CNN
International CNN
CNN
Türk

Cartoonito

Italy UK and Ireland

Others

Toonami
Toonami
(France) Warner TV

TBS Asia
Asia
Pacific

Cartoon Network

Australia and New Zealand China (on demand) India Japan Pakistan Philippines3 Southeast Asia South Korea Taiwan

CNN

CNN-News18 CNN
CNN
International Asia
Asia
Pacific CNN
CNN
International South Asia Indonesia2 Philippines 3

HBO

Cinemax HBO HBO
HBO
Family HBO
HBO
Hits HBO
HBO
Signature RED by HBO

Boomerang

Australia and New Zealand Southeast Asia South Korea Thailand

Others

Oh!K Pogo Toonami
Toonami
(India) truTV Turner Classic Movies WB Channel Warner TV World Heritage Channel

TBS Latin America

Boomerang Cartoon Network CDF Chilevisión CNN
CNN
Chile CNN
CNN
en Español CNN
CNN
International Esporte Interativo Glitz HispanicTV I.Sat Space TBS TNT Series Tooncast Warner TV truTV TNT Sports

TV production/distribution

Cartoon Network
Cartoon Network
Studios Cartoon Network
Cartoon Network
Studios Europe Cartoon Network
Cartoon Network
Productions CNN
CNN
Films Turner Sports World Championship Wrestling4 Williams Street Hulu
Hulu
(10%)

Internet assets

Bleacher Report CNNMoney FilmStruck Super Deluxe

Former

Cable Music Channel Cartoon Network
Cartoon Network
Spain Cartoon Network
Cartoon Network
Too Cartoonito
Cartoonito
Asia Cartoonito
Cartoonito
Spain China Entertainment Television CNN
CNN
Checkout Channel CNNfn CNN/SI CNX CNN+ Crime Library Gameloft Imagine TV Infinito Lumiere Movies Nuts TV Real Retro Showtime Scandinavia Silver Star! Scandinavia TCM Autor TCM Clásico The Smoking Gun TNT UK Toonami
Toonami
Jetstream (50% with Viz Media) Toonami
Toonami
Southeast Asia Toonami
Toonami
UK and Ireland truTV UK and Ireland (sold to Sony Pictures Television) Turner Classic Movies
Turner Classic Movies
2 Turner Entertainment
Turner Entertainment
Co. Turner Program Services Turner South
Turner South
(now Fox Sports Southeast) Voom HD International WPCH-TV WRET (now WCNC-TV)

^1 Owned by the NBA, operated by Turner. ^2 Co-owned by Trans Media. ^3 Co-owned with Nine Media Corporation
Nine Media Corporation
and Radio Philippines Network through a brand licensing agreement. ^4 Assets now owned by WWE, Inc. through WCW, Inc.

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Warner Bros.

Founders

Jack L. Warner Harry Warner Albert Warner Sam Warner

Executives

Kevin Tsujihara (Chairman and CEO)

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Pictures Group

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Pictures Warner Animation Group New Line Cinema Castle Rock Entertainment Flagship Entertainment (joint venture with CMC)

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Television Group

Alloy Entertainment Telepictures WB Animation Warner Bros.
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Television Warner Bros.
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International Television Warner Bros.
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International Television Production (WB TV Productions UK (Shed Productions) Eyeworks)

Broadcast TV

Terrestrial TV

The CW
The CW
(co-owned with CBS)

Cable TV

Warner TV
Warner TV
(with HBO
HBO
Latin America
Latin America
Group and HBO
HBO
Asia) WB Channel (with Turner International India)

Warner Bros. Interactive

Avalanche Software Monolith Productions NetherRealm Studios Portkey Games Rocksteady Studios TT Games

TT Games
TT Games
Publishing TT Fusion Traveller's Tales TT Animation Playdemic

Turbine WB Games Montréal WB Games New York WB Games San Francisco

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Digital Networks

DramaFever Machinima, Inc. Warner Archive Instant

DC Entertainment

DC Films DC Comics

Mad Vertigo

Home video

Warner Home Video Warner Archive Collection

Public attractions

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Warner Bros.
Studio Tours

Miscellaneous assets

Turner Entertainment
Turner Entertainment
Co. Hanna-Barbera WaterTower Music Fandango (30%)

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Home Box Office Inc.

TV channels

HBO Cinemax HBO
HBO
Asia RED by HBO HBO
HBO
Europe HBO
HBO
Netherlands HBO
HBO
Canada Warner TV WB Channel International

Other

HBO
HBO
Films

Miscellaneous

MovieTickets.com

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