New World Order

In March, WarnerMedia reorganized into a corporate architecture centered around business lines.
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WarnerMedia Entertainment: Headed by former NBC Entertainment chairman Robert Greenblatt, Warner-Media Entertainment includes HBO, the linear cable networks TNT, TBS and truTV, and the direct-to-consumer business.

WarnerMedia News & Sports: Headed by CNN chief Jeff Zucker, News & sports includes CNN Worldwide (CNN,, CNN International, CNN en Español, HLN, Great Big Story), Turner Sports, Bleacher Report and the AT&T Regional Sports Networks. Zucker will continue to lead CNN.

Warner Bros.: The home of WarnerMedia’s film, television and games operations added a new Global Kids & Young Adults business earlier in the year, bringing together family, kids and animation efforts from across WarnerMedia, including Cartoon Network, Adult Swim and Boomerang. Otter Media, TCM and all activities around licensed consumer products development will also reside here. The unit was to be headed by former Warner Bros. chief Kevin Tsujihara, who resigned in March. The division is now looking for a permanent chief and in the interim is run by a trio of executives: Warner Bros. Pictures Group chairman Toby Emmerich, Warner Bros. Television Group president and chief content officer Peter Roth and Warner Bros. Entertainment executive VP and CFO Kim Williams.

WarnerMedia Affiliates and Advertising Sales: WarnerMedia has consolidated all of its affiliate and ad-sales operations under one umbrella led by chief revenue officer Gerhard Zeiler.