TIME WARNER INC.
Richard D. Parsons, Chairman and CEO
TOTAL REVENUES — FISCAL YEAR (FY) 2003: $39.6 billion
TOTAL REVENUES — FIRST QUARTER (FQ) 04: $10.1 billion
ENTERTAINMENT & NETWORKS GROUP
JEFFREY L. BEWKES, Chairman
TOTAL REVENUES — FY 2003: $10.96 billion
TOTAL REVENUES — Q1 2004: $2.95 billion
WARNER BROS. ENTERTAINMENT INC.
BARRY M. MEYER, Chairman and CEO
The division produces and distributes feature films, TV programming, home video/DVD, animation, comic books, interactive entertainment and games. the business comprises product and brand licensing, and it owns international cinemas and broadcasting entities.
The WB Television Network*
Warner Bros. Animation
Warner Bros. Consumer Products
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment
Warner Bros. International Cinemas
Warner Bros. Pictures
Warner Bros. Television
Warner Home Video
Warner Independent Pictures
NEW LINE CINEMA
ROBERT SHAYE, Co-Chairman and Co-CEO
MICHAEL LYNNE, Co-Chairman and Co-CEO
Launched in 1967, New Line considers itself to be the world’s oldest and most successful independent film company. In addition to its motion-picture business, it also has divisions devoted to home entertainment, television, music, theater, licensing, merchandising, international marketing and — through Fine Line Features — specialized film production and distribution.
Fine Line Features
New Line Cinema
New Line Home Entertainment
New Line International Releasing
New Line Merchandising/Licensing
New Line Television
TOTAL REVENUES — FY 2003: $8.43 billion
TOTAL REVENUES — Q1 2004: $2.19 billion
TURNER BROADCASTING SYSTEM INC.
PHILIP I. KENT, Chairman and CEO
Several of the Top 10-rated basic cable networks in the U.S. are included in this group. Cable News Network, TBS Superstation and Turner Network Television each reach approximately 88 million households, and the Cartoon Network reaches about 86 million U.S. homes. CNN, which is part of the CNN News Group, is available in more than 200 countries and territories.
Major League Baseball’s Atlanta Braves
Cartoon Network Europe
Cartoon Network Latin America
Cartoon Network Studios
CNN Airport Network
CNN en Español
CNN en Español Radio
CNN Headline News
CNN To Go
Turner Classic Movies
TCM & Cartoon Network/Asia Pacific
Turner Network Television
TNT Latin America
Cartoon Network Japan
NBC/Turner NASCAR Races
HOME BOX OFFICE
CHRIS ALBRECHT, Chairman and CEO
HBO’s flagship channel is the country’s most successful premium TV network, whether measured by the number of subscribers or actual viewers. The network’s international joint ventures reach over 50 countries. Sister channel Cinemax is the second most watched pay service. In addition to its channels, HBO distributes original programs like The Sopranos, Sex and the City, Six Feet Under and Band of Brothers.
Cinemax on Demand
HBO Domestic and International Program Distribution
HBO Independent Productions
HBO On Demand
(Joint Ventures — Selection)
E! Latin America
MEDIA & COMMUNICATIONS GROUP
DON LOGAN, Chairman
TOTAL REVENUES — FY 2003: $7.69 billion
TOTAL REVENUES — Q1 2004: $2.04 billion
TIME WARNER CABLE INC.
GLENN A. BRITT, Chairman and CEO
Time Warner Cable is the second-largest cable MSO in the country. It operates 31 divisions, serving more than 10.9 million customers and passing ore than 18.8 million homes in 27 states, as of year-end 2003. It provides broadband service to more than 3.2 million subscribers or 17% of the eligible homes it serves, according to that same 2003 time period. Time Warner Cable Digital Phone, launched in 2003, is expected to be available in all of TW Cable divisions by the end of 2004. Its business lines include:
Digital Phone Service
Local News Channels (selection)
Capital News 9-Albany
News 10 Now-Syracuse
News 8 Austin
R News (Rochester, NY)
Cable TV Service
Road Runner High Speed Internet Access
Road Runner — Business Class
AMERICA ONLINE INC.
JONATHAN MILLER, Chairman and CEO
TOTAL REVENUES — FY 2003: $8.6 billion
TOTAL REVENUES — Q1 2004: $2.19 billion
The online division is a leading global provider of interactive services, bringing Internet access to more than 20 million members in the U.S. and millions of others around the world through its core AOL service. In addition to dial-up service and broadband and customized versions, AOL delivers several premium services, which totaled over 5 million subscribers in 2003. Its businesses include:
AOL for Broadband
TOTAL REVENUES — FY 2003: $5.53 billion
TOTAL REVENUES — Q1 2004: $1.08 billion
ANN MOORE, Chairman and CEO
The division includes portfolio of magazines in a wide range of consumer categories.
Bookspan (joint venture)
In Style Australia
People en Español
SOUTHERN PROGRESS CORP.
Field & Stream
This Old House Ventures
IPC MEDIA (the U.K.’s largest consumer magazine company)
Motor Boat & Yachting
TIME WARNER BOOK GROUP
LAURENCE J. KIRSCHBAUM, Chairman and CEO
Little, Brown and Co. (Adult Trade Books)
Little, Brown and Co. (Books for Young Readers)
Time Warner Audio Books
Time Warner Book Group UK
* The WB Television Network, operationally, reports to Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc., but financially, reports through the Networks segment. It is also a syndication arm.
The information on this page was compiled by Doris Toumarkine, from Time Warner source material. It is intended to provide a selection of properties within each line of business and is not all-inclusive.