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( April 2014)
Logo of WarnerMedia since 2019
(formerly Warner Media, LLC 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
WarnerMedia Direct [ edit ]
HBO Max (product, marketing, consumer engagement and global rollout)
WarnerMedia Studios & Networks [ edit ]
Warner Bros. Pictures Group [ edit ]
Warner Bros. Television Group [ edit ]
Warner Bros. Themed Entertainment
Warner Bros. Consumer Products
Digital Networks [ edit ]
HBO Films Bad Wolf Ltd (minority stake) – with Sky. Drama production company. 
TruTV Turner Sports & Entertainment Digital Network
Turner Entertainment Digital
WarnerMedia Podcast Network Turner Private Networks
WarnerMedia News & Sports [ edit ]
CNN Worldwide [ edit ]
Turner Sports [ edit ]
AT&T Sports Networks, LLC [ edit ]
WarnerMedia International [ edit ]
WarnerMedia Sales and Distribution [ edit ]
Former assets [ edit ]
Divested [ edit ]
AOL - spun-off in 2009 and acquired by Verizon Communications in 2015, thus operated under the latter's media division since 2017.
Atari, Inc. - sold to Jack Tramiel on July 1, 1984 for 50 dollars cash and 240 million in stock and notes.
BET Holdings, Inc. – 15% with Robert Johnson, BET executives and shareholders, Taft Television & Radio Company and Liberty Media/ Tele-Communications, Inc., sold its stake in 1996.
Central European Media Enterprises - 75% equity holding; sold to PPF in August 2020.
College Television Network
Comedy Central (50% with Viacom) - sold its stake in 2003.
CourtTV - brand name and pre-2008 original programming library acquired by Katz Broadcasting/ E. W. Scripps Company in December 2018.
Crunchyroll - sold to Sony's Funimation Global Group
E! - Time Warner's stake acquired by Comcast and The Walt Disney Company in 1997.
Game Show Network, LLC — 42% stake acquired by co-owner Sony Pictures Television in 2019.
GameTap - sold to Metaboli in 2008, later closed in 2010.
Hello Sunshine (joint venture with Reese Witherspoon, Seth Rodsky and Emerson Creative) - sold
Hulu (10% stake) - sold to Hulu LLC, but was allocated between The Walt Disney Company (7%) and Comcast (3%), later on Disney took over the full control of Hulu. 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer - between 1967 and 1969 was owned by Time Inc. as a shareholder; shortly owned by Turner Broadcasting System in 1986; sold back to Kirk Kerkorian later that year and currently owned by MGM Holdings, while the pre-May 1986 library was retained by Turner Entertainment Co.
National Kinney Corporation – spun-off in 1978 and renamed as Andal Corporation
New York Cosmos
Pittsburgh Pirates (48% with John W. Galbreath)
PlayON! Sports Network Playdemic (Sold to
Six Flags - acquired by Premier Parks in 1998.
The Smoking Gun
SportSouth - acquired by Fox Cable Networks in 1996 and relaunched as Fox Sports South.
Time Inc. - spun-off in 2014, then acquired by Meredith Corporation in 2018.
IPC Media Time4 Media - formerly Times Mirror magazines group purchased from Tribune Company, sold to
Bonnier Group & World Publications
 Transworld Magazine Corporation
Mountain Sports Media  The Parenting Group Inc. - Time, Inc. magazine group; sold to Bonnier and World Publications
Time Warner Book Group - sold to Hachette Book Group
Time Warner Cable - spun-off in 2009 and has been acquired by Charter Communications in 2016.
TMZ - sold to Fox Corporation in 2021
TriStar Pictures - joint venture with CBS and Columbia Pictures. In December 1986, HBO sold TriStar to Columbia Pictures.
truTV UK and Ireland
Turner South - acquired by Fox Cable Networks in 2006 and relaunched as SportSouth.
Warner-Amex Satellite Entertainment (Joint venture with American Express; became MTV Networks.)
Warner Bros. Movie World Germany
Warner Music Group - spun-off in 2004, then acquired by Access Industries in 2011, and later spun-off again into an IPO in 2020
WPCH-TV - sold to Meredith Corporation in 2017.
Dormant or shuttered [ edit ]
These are WarnerMedia divisions which have been closed or folded into another part of the company.
Adult Swim Games
California Video Center
China Entertainment Television - 36% stake held by Turner Broadcasting System; ceased broadcasting in 2016
Festival HBO Animation
HBO Defined (India)
HBO Go - replaced by HBO Max in United States and Latin America, still active in some countries outside the Americas
HBO Downtown Productions — dissolved in 2001; pre-1992 library owned by HBO
HBO Hits (India) HBO Independent Productions
HBO Netherlands - joint venture with Ziggo
HBO Now - replaced by HBO Max HBO NYC Productions (formerly called HBO Showcase) — folded into HBO Films
HBO Home Entertainment – transferred and folded into Warner Bros. Home Entertainment in 2019
Machinima, Inc. - merged into Fullscreen in 2019
MTV Romania - branding licensed from Viacom; ceased broadcasting in 2019
Red by HBO (24/7 Asian cinema channel; joint venture with Mei Ah Entertainment) - ceased broadcasting on July 1, 2021
Beme Inc. - merged into CNN Digital Studios in 2018
CNN Checkout Channel
CNN+ - joint venture with Sogecable CNN Money Switzerland - joint venture with MediaGo
Esporte Interativo - TV channels shut down in 2018; still active online and on social media
World Championship Wrestling (WCW) - video library, selected wrestler contracts and other intellectual property sold to World Wrestling Federation Entertainment, Inc., now known as WWE (World Wrestling Entertainment), through its subsidiary W. Acquisition Company (which was subsequently renamed WCW Inc. following the sale) in 2001. 
Associated Artists Productions - bought 1933-1957 Fleischer/Famous Studios cartoons and pre-1950 WB library in 1956; the latter library would find its way back to Warner ownership in 1996 as part of the Turner merger (which also incorporated the Popeye Popeye cartoons)
ZIV International - acquired by Lorimar Productions in 1982; the library contents were sold to Coral Pictures in 1986.
Brut Productions - acquired by Turner Broadcasting System from Faberge Inc. in 1982; library currently owned by Turner Entertainment Co.
Cartoon Network (Spain)
Cartoon Network Too
Castle Rock Television
DC Universe – streaming service; shut down and absorbed into HBO Max on January 21, 2021
DramaFever - shut down in 2018
FilmStruck - shut down in 2018
First National Pictures - acquired by Warner Bros. in 1928 and closed in 1936 Global Digital Media Xchange
Great Big Story - shut down in 2020
Hanna-Barbera - absorbed into Warner Bros Animation
Hanna-Barbera Home Video
Hanna-Barbera Poland Headstrong Pictures
HOOQ (streaming service joint venture with Sony Pictures Entertainment and Singtel) - shut down on 30 April 2020 due to liquidation and eventually sold to Coupang in July 2020 to form the nucleus of its streaming service named Coupang Play Lorimar Film Entertainment
Monogram Pictures/Allied Artists Pictures Corporation - sold to Lorimar in 1979; post-August 17, 1946 library currently owned by Warner Bros. Entertainment
Interstate Television - founded in early 1950s as the TV arm of Allied Artists, became Allied Artists Television in 1960s and was folded into Lorimar with the rest of AAPC in 1979 Lorimar Home Video - folded into
Warner Home Video in 1988
Midway Games - shut down under bankruptcy in 2009
National General Pictures - sold to Warner Bros. in 1973
Nelson Entertainment - acquired by New Line Cinema in 1991; library currently owned by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Embassy Home Entertainment - former divisions of its sister company, Embassy Pictures Galactic Films, Inc.
New Line Home Entertainment – Folded into Warner Home Video
New Line Television – Folded into Warner Bros. Television New Line Television Pay-Per-View - Folded into
Warner Bros. Television Distribution
Chuck Jones Enterprises - dissolved in 2002.
Outright Distribution People's Court Raw
Picturehouse - renamed from Fine Line Features in 2005, then closed in 2008; reopened in 2013 as an independent studio
Prime Time Entertainment Network
Seven Arts Productions
Shed Productions - folded into Wall to Wall
Snowblind Studios - merged into Monolith Productions in 2012 Studio T
TCM (North European TV channel)
Toonami (Southeast Asia)
Toonami (UK & Ireland) TT Animation
Turner Broadcasting System Latin America
Turner Classic Movies (Asia) Turner Home Entertainment - folded into
Warner Home Video in 1997 Turner Pictures
Turner Program Services - folded into Warner Bros. Television Distribution
Warner Bros. Family Entertainment - closed in 2009
Warner Bros. Feature Animation
Warner Bros. Jungle Habitat
Warner Bros. Studio Store
WB Channel Watershed Television
WarnerMax - short-lived film production company joint venture Warner Bros. and HBO Max, it closed down in October 2020
Warner Independent Pictures - closed in 2008
Warner Premiere - closed in 2012
Weintraub Entertainment Group
Williams Street Records The WB - 64% joint venture with Tribune Broadcasting; closed in 2006.
See also [ edit ]
References [ edit ]
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"Turner, Canal+ Group Launch Warner TV in France". Variety.com. 13 September 2017 . Retrieved . 9 September 2018
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"Gunpowder & Sky Brands". 14 December 2018.
"Crunchyroll and Sumitomo Corporation nnounce Partnership to Create Company to Co-Produce Anime". . Anime News Network
Coats, Cayla (September 6, 2019). "Crunchyroll and VIZ Media Europe Group Enter a New Relationship". Crunchyroll . Retrieved . September 6, 2019
"Crunchyroll | About". Crunchyroll . Retrieved . April 4, 2020 VRV (U.S.) and Eye See Movies (Germany) are also Crunchyroll brands.
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Smith, Nicole (September 14, 2006). "Time4Media, Parenting Group Magazines Up for Sale". Direct Marketing News . Retrieved . 5 February 2013
"Time Inc. Unit to Buy Family Life Magazine". The New York Times. April 21, 1999.
"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.
"SUBSIDIARIES OF WORLD WRESTLING ENTERTAINMENT, INC". sec.gov.
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