List of assets owned by WarnerMedia

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Warner Media, 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.

WarnerMedia Direct[edit]

  • HBO Max (product, marketing, consumer engagement and global rollout)

WarnerMedia Studios & Networks[edit]

Warner Bros.[edit]

Warner Bros. Pictures Group[edit]

Warner Bros. Television Group[edit]

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

Warner Bros. Home Entertainment[edit]

Warner Bros. Global Brands and Franchises[edit]

Digital Networks[edit]

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

Home Box Office, Inc.[edit]

Turner Entertainment Networks[edit]

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

WarnerMedia News & Sports[edit]

CNN Worldwide[edit]

CNN Worldwide Asset Subsidiary Note
CNN Türk 50% joint venture with Demirören Group
CNN-News18 originally a joint venture, now wholly licensed to Network 18
CNN Chile originally a joint venture, now wholly owned
CNN Philippines licensed to Nine Media Corporation
CNN Indonesia licensed to Trans Media
A2 CNN licensed to G2 Media
CNN Brazil licensed to a joint venture between Novus Mídia and MRV Engenharia
CNN Prima News licensed to Prima Group
CNN+ new CNN streaming service
CNN Films
CNN en Español
CNN International

Turner Sports[edit]

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

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[edit]

WarnerMedia Sales and Distribution[edit]

Otter Media[edit]

Content libraries[edit]

  • Home Box Office, Inc.
    • HBO television programs (post-1983)
      • HBO Downtown Productions (pre-1992)
      • HBO Films libraries, co-owned with Warner Bros. (1983–present)
      • HBO Max television programs (2020-present)
      • HBO Independent Productions
      • Time-Life libraries (pre-1982)
        • Talent Associates (pre-1977)
    • Cinemax television programs (1982-present)

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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  8. ^ Davies, Jessica (March 2, 2018). "Bleacher Report's House of Highlights eyes soccer as a new growth area". Digiday. Retrieved September 18, 2019.
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  11. ^ "Turner, Canal+ Group Launch Warner TV in France". 13 September 2017. Retrieved 9 September 2018.
  12. ^ "Fullscreen grows social-media stubble with McBeard acquisition". Bizjournals. Archived from the original on 2017-07-30.
  13. ^ 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.
  14. ^ Spangler, Todd (April 4, 2018). "Fullscreen Acquires Influencer-Marketing Firm Reelio". Variety.
  15. ^ "ViacomCBS Buys Chilevision From WarnerMedia". The Hollywood Reporter. 2021-04-05. Retrieved 2021-04-06.
  16. ^ "ViacomCBS Closes Acquisition of WarnerMedia's Chilevision, Boosting Spanish-Language Business".
  17. ^ "Crunchyroll and Sumitomo Corporation nnounce Partnership to Create Company to Co-Produce Anime". Anime News Network.
  18. ^ Coats, Cayla (September 6, 2019). "Crunchyroll and VIZ Media Europe Group Enter a New Relationship". Crunchyroll. Retrieved September 6, 2019.
  19. ^ "Crunchyroll | About". Crunchyroll. Retrieved April 4, 2020. VRV (U.S.) and Eye See Movies (Germany) are also Crunchyroll brands.
  20. ^ "Hulu buys back AT&T's minority share of streaming service for $1.4B". FierceVideo. Retrieved 2019-04-16.
  21. ^ "Time4 Media, Inc. Company Profile". Industry Center. Yahoo!. Retrieved 5 February 2013.
  22. ^ Smith, Nicole (September 14, 2006). "Time4Media, Parenting Group Magazines Up for Sale". Direct Marketing News. Retrieved 5 February 2013.
  23. ^ "Time Inc. Unit to Buy Family Life Magazine". The New York Times. April 21, 1999.
  24. ^ "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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