About Us

WarnerMedia is comprised of HBO, Turner and Warner Bros. Together, these business units are leaders in the industry in creating premium content, operate one of the world’s largest TV and film studios and own a vast library of entertainment content. WarnerMedia is one of four distinct business units operating under AT&T Inc.

Overview

Home Box Office sets the standard for premium video, earning more Primetime Emmy awards than any other network in the last 16 years. Additionally, HBO licenses programming in more than 150 countries. Warner Bros. is one of the world’s largest producers of film/TV programming and is home to such beloved franchises as Wonder Woman, Justice League, Harry Potter, LEGO and Lord of the Rings. Turner delivers some of the most valuable brands in the world across entertainment, sports, news and kids programming, and offers a portfolio of advertising solutions.

Among WarnerMedia’s digital products and services are: HBO and Cinemax services that offer the pay-television industry's leading SVOD services, HBO On Demand and Cinemax On Demand, as well as HBO GO and MAX GO, HD feeds and multiplex channels. HBO NOW, the network’s internet-only premium streaming service, provides audiences with instant access to HBO’s acclaimed programming in the U.S.; In November 2016, Turner launched its first domestic SVOD service, FilmStruck, aimed at arthouse film enthusiasts; Turner’s other digital properties include its apps for CNN, TBS, TNT, Adult Swim and Cartoon Network, which enable viewers who subscribe to those networks through an affiliate to view the network programming live and on demand through the apps, as well as tntdrama.com, TBS.com, adultswim.com and cartoonnetwork.com. Digital properties Turner manages and/or operates for sports leagues include NBA.com, the NBA League Pass property, NCAA.com, the NCAA March Madness Live app and PGA.com; In 2016, Warner Bros. formed  Warner Bros. Digital Networks division, whose portfolio includes OTT services and the Boomerang-branded SVOD service (a partnership with Turner), Machinima, DramaFever, a U.S. OTT service that specializes in Asian dramas; Warner Archive, an SVOD service focused on classic films and TV series. In 2017, Warner Bros. released 11 games, including Game of Thrones, Golf Clash, Injustice 2, LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 and Middle-earth: Shadow of War; Warner Bros. digital sites that include DCComics.com, DCNation.com,  TMZ.com and their corresponding mobile apps; home video distribution through various formats such as VOD.

Our brands and businesses are supported by our people, who share a passion for storytelling and our commitment to excellence in everything we do.

WarnerMedia had revenues of more than $31 billion in 2017. 

Number of Employees

Approximately 26,000 worldwide at December 31, 2017.