List of assets owned by Time Warner

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Time Warner Inc. is the world's second largest media company with major Internet, publishing, film, telecommunications and television divisions after Disney.

This is a listing of all of its brands, as shown at the company's website.

Current assets[edit]


Turner Broadcasting System[edit]

  • Turner Broadcasting International
    • Turner Sports
      • NBC / Turner
      • NASCAR Races
      • Turner Sports & Entertainment Digital Network
        • Bleacher Report
        • March Madness Live
        • NBA Digital (joint venture with the NBA)
          • NBA TV
          • NBA LEAGUE PASS
          • NBA Mobile
          • NBA Game Time App
        • Turner Entertainment Digital Network
      • Universal Wrestling Corporation (Formerly World Championship Wrestling - November 1988-March 2001, key properties sold to WWE)

Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.[edit]

  • Warner Bros. Consumer Products
  • Warner Bros. Theatre Ventures
  • Warner Bros. Pictures International
  • Warner Bros. International Cinemas
  • DC Entertainment

Warner Bros. Pictures Group[edit]

Warner Bros. Television Group[edit]

Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group[edit]

Other units[edit]

Former assets[edit]


  • Atari-Sold to Jack Tramiel on July 1, 1984 for 50 dollars cash and 240 million in stock and notes.
  • College Television Network - private network programming sold to MTV in 2002
  • Time4 Media - formerly Times Mirror magazines group purchased from Tribune Company, sold to Bonnier Group & World Publications[1]
  • TransWorld Media division
  • TransWorld SKATEboarding
  • TransWorld SURF
  • TransWorld SNOWboarding
  • Ride BMX
  • TransWorld Motocross
  • QUAD Off-Road Magazine[2]
  • Popular Science
  • Marine Group
  • Time4Outdoors
  • Mountain Sports Media[3]
  • Parenting Group - Time, Inc. magazine group, sold to Bonnier and World Publications
  • Time Warner Book Group
  • Time-Life
  • Time-Life Records
  • Warner Music Group
  • Warner-Amex Satellite Entertainment Co. (Joint venture with American Express, now MTV Networks)
  • TW Investments
    • Adify - (Acquired by Cox)
    • Admeld (Acquired by Google)
    • Arroyo (Acquired by Cisco)
    • BigBand Networks (Acquired by ARRIS)
    • Entropic Communications (IPO in December 2007)
    • GoldPocket (Acquired by Tandberg TV)
    • Glu Mobile (IPO in March 2007)
    • Kosmix (Acquired by Walmart)
    • MediaVast (Acquired by Getty Images)
    • Meebo (Acquired by Google)
    • N2 Broadband (Acquired by Tandberg TV)
    • PlanetOut (IPO in October 2004)
    • PlaySpan (Acquired by Visa)
    • ScanScout (Acquired by Tremor Media)
    • Tumri (Acquired by Collective)
    • Vindigo (Acquired by For-Side)

Dormant or shuttered[edit]

These are Time Warner divisions which have been closed or folded into another part of the company.

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Time4 Media, Inc. Company Profile". Industry Center. Yahoo!. Retrieved 5 February 2013. 
  2. ^ "Heavy Networks and Transworld Media Launch Action Sports Broadband Channel on". Press Releases. Time Warner. October 9, 2006. Retrieved 5 February 2013. 
  3. ^ Smith, Nicole (September 14, 2006). "Time4Media, Parenting Group Magazines Up for Sale". Direct Marketing News. Retrieved 5 February 2013. 

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