||Extract of AOL Time Warner’s Content Production and Distribution Holdings
The following selection does not claim to present an exhaustive listing, but rather picks some of the company's most important assets. Due to the rapid developments in the world of media giants the list is also subject to changes.
Cable TV Systems and Channels/Networks
Time Warner Cable has 12.6 million subscribers in the U.S. and also runs 5 local 24-hour news stations.
Cable TV channels/networks (some part-owned): HBO, HBO Plus, HBO Signature, HBO Family, HBO Comedy, HBO Zone, Cinemax, MoreMAX, ActionMAX, ThrillerMAX, HBO en Espa-ol, Comedy Central, Court TV, HBO Ole, HBO Asia, HBO Central Europe, CNN, CNN Headline News, CNN International, CNNfN, CNN/Sports Illustrated, CNN en Espa-ol, CNN Airport Network, CNN Radio, CNN Radio Noticias, CNN Interactive TBS Superstation, Turner Network Television, Cartoon Network, Turner Classic Movies, TNT Europe, Cartoon Network Europe, TNT Latin America, Cartoon Network Latin America, TNT & Cartoon Network/Asia Pacific, CNN+, n-tv
Movies, TV, Video Production, and Movie Theaters
Warner Bros. film studio
Warner Bros. Television production studios
Warner Bros. Home Video
Turner worldwide Home Video
Castle Rock Entertainment movie production company
New Line Cinema movie production company
Warner Bros. film library
Turner Film Library
Hanna Barbera Cartoons
Owns many movie houses, with over 1,000 screens, around the world
Time Life Inc.
Little, Brown and Company
Time, People, Sports Illustrated, Fortune, Life, Money, Parenting, In Style, Entertainment Weekly, Cooking Light, Baby Talk, First Moments, Coastal Living, Health, Progressive Farmer, Southern Accents, Southern Living, Sports Illustrated, For Kids, Sunset, Teen People, Time for Kids, Weight Watchers, Mutual Funds, Your Company, Asiaweek, President, Wallpaper. Hippocrates
Warner Music Group
The Atlantic Group
Elektra Entertainment Group
Sire Records Group
Warner Bros. Records
Warner Music International
Ivy Hill Corp.
Warner Special Products
Alternative Distribution Alliance
Deals with record labels include:
Tommy Boy Sub Pop
Internet and New Media
About 130 Websites including: CNN.com, AllPolitics.com, CNNSI.com, Time Digital, People, Southern Living, Sports Illustrated
Turner New Media
Online Services including: Compuserve, Netscape, Netcenter
Pro Sports Teams and Promotions
Atlanta Braves major league baseball team
Atlanta Hawks NBA basketball team
World Championship Wrestling
Six Flags entertainment/excursion parks
Warner Bros. Movie World theme park
Over 150 Warner Bros. stores, plus Turner Retail Group
25 % stake in Atari
14 % stake in Hasbro
Business Connections with Other Media Companies
Joint ventures, equity interests or major arrangements with Viacom, Sony, Bertelsmann, News Corp., Kirch, EMI, Tribune Co., and others.
One of the largest and foremost communications and media conglomerates in the
world. Founded in 1971, the present form of the corporation dates from 1994 when Viacom Inc., which owned radio and television stations and cable television programming services and systems, acquired the entertainment and publishing giant Paramount Communications Inc. and then merged with the video and music retailer Blockbuster Entertainment Corp. Headquarters are in New York City.