List of assets owned by WarnerMedia

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WarnerMedia, LLC (formerly Time Warner Inc.) is a media conglomerate that is a division and subsidiary of AT&T and headquartered in New York City. It has film, television, cable networks, and publishing operations.

This is a listing of all of its subsidiaries.

HBO Max[edit]

WarnerMedia Studios & Networks Group[edit]

Turner Networks[edit]

  • TBS
  • TNT
  • TruTV
  • Turner Sports & Entertainment Digital Network
    • Turner Entertainment Digital
    • WarnerMedia Podcast Network
  • Turner Private Networks
  • Turner Studios
  • Studio T

Home Box Office, Inc.[edit]

  • HBO
    • HBO2
    • HBO Signature
    • HBO Family
    • HBO Comedy
    • HBO Zone
    • HBO Latino
  • Cinemax
    • Cinemax on Demand
  • HBO Films
  • Bad Wolf Ltd (minority stake) – with Sky. Drama production company.[1]

Warner Bros.[edit]

Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. was given its current name in late 2003, just prior to the 2004 spin-off of Warner Music Group.

Warner Bros. Pictures Group[edit]

Warner Bros. Television Studios[edit]

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment[edit]

Warner Bros. Global Brands and Experiences[edit]

Warner Bros. Kids, Young Adults and Classics[edit]

Warner Bros. Digital Networks[edit]

Asset Notes
DC Universe
Stage 13
Uninterrupted joint venture with LeBron James
Ellen Digital Ventures joint venture with Ellen DeGeneres[6]

WarnerMedia News & Sports Group[edit]

CNN Worldwide[edit]

CNN Worldwide Asset Subsidiary Note
CNN Chile
CNN Türk 50%; joint venture with Demirören Group
CNN Indonesia joint venture with Trans Media
CNN Money Switzerland joint venture with MediaGo
CNN-News18 licensed to Network 18
CNN Philippines licensed to Nine Media Corporation
CNN Prima News licensed to Prima Group
CNN Brazil licensed to MRV
CNN Airport
CNN Films
CNN en Español
CNN International
Great Big Story

Turner Sports[edit]

Turner Sports Asset Subsidiary
NBA TV (operations)
Turner Sports Digital Bleacher Report
CDF (Chile)
TNT Sports (Argentina)

AT&T Sports Networks, LLC[edit]

AT&T Sports Networks, LLC Asset Subsidiary Note
AT&T SportsNet
AT&T SportsNet Pittsburgh
AT&T SportsNet Rocky Mountain
AT&T SportsNet Southwest
Root Sports Northwest 40% with Baseball Club of Seattle, LP
MLB Network 16.67% with Major League Baseball, Comcast, Charter Communications and Cox Communications

WarnerMedia International Networks Group[edit]

Central European Media Enterprises[edit]

75% equity holding; will be sold to PPF in 2020.

bTV Media Group

bTV Radio Group

TV Nova s.r.o.



Pro Plus d.o.o.

WarnerMedia Global Distribution Group[edit]

Otter Media[edit]


Former assets[edit]


Dormant or shuttered[edit]

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

See also[edit]


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  2. ^ "China Media Capital, Warner Bros. Seal Flagship Production Pact".
  3. ^ Lang, Brent (April 16, 2019). "Warner Bros. Invests in Spyglass Media". Variety. Retrieved April 18, 2019.
  4. ^ "WBITVP".
  5. ^ "Savage Film and Eyeworks Belgium join forces. Oscar nominated director Michael R. Roskam to become a partner in the company". FlandersImage.
  6. ^ "Warner Bros. Digital Networks".
  7. ^ Davies, Jessica (March 2, 2018). "Bleacher Report's House of Highlights eyes soccer as a new growth area". Digiday. Retrieved September 18, 2019.
  8. ^ Patel, Sahil (March 27, 2018). "How Bleacher Report is turning House of Highlights into a business". Digiday. Retrieved September 18, 2019.
  9. ^ Spangler, Todd (March 23, 2018). "Turner Sports Unveils 'Bleacher Report Live' Pay-Streaming Service". Variety.
  10. ^ "Turner, Canal+ Group Launch Warner TV in France". Retrieved 9 September 2018.
  11. ^ "Crunchyroll and Sumitomo Corporation nnounce Partnership to Create Company to Co-Produce Anime". Anime News Network.
  12. ^ Coats, Cayla (September 6, 2019). "Crunchyroll and VIZ Media Europe Group Enter a New Relationship". Crunchyroll. Retrieved September 6, 2019.
  13. ^ "Crunchyroll | About". Crunchyroll. Retrieved April 4, 2020. VRV (U.S.) and Eye See Movies (Germany) are also Crunchyroll brands.
  14. ^ "Fullscreen grows social-media stubble with McBeard acquisition". Bizjournals. Archived from the original on 2017-07-30.
  15. ^ Spangler, Todd (2015-05-04). "NewFronts 2015: Fullscreen Acquires Social-Media Studio McBeard". Variety. Archived from the original on 2016-11-12. Retrieved 2016-11-11.
  16. ^ Spangler, Todd (April 4, 2018). "Fullscreen Acquires Influencer-Marketing Firm Reelio". Variety.
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  18. ^ "Hulu buys back AT&T's minority share of streaming service for $1.4B". FierceVideo. Retrieved 2019-04-16.
  19. ^ "Time4 Media, Inc. Company Profile". Industry Center. Yahoo!. Retrieved 5 February 2013.
  20. ^ Smith, Nicole (September 14, 2006). "Time4Media, Parenting Group Magazines Up for Sale". Direct Marketing News. Retrieved 5 February 2013.
  21. ^ "Time Inc. Unit to Buy Family Life Magazine". The New York Times. April 21, 1999.
  22. ^ "Family Life Magazine Adopted by Time Inc". New York Daily News. April 21, 1999. Family Life brings a circulation of 500,000, which Hartig said he hopes to push to the 1.1 million level of Disney competitor Family Fun.

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