How does Time Warner stay true to its core competency while transitioning to digital? CEO Jeff Bewkes weighs in with a guest post on The Economist’s Lean Back 2.0 blog.

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Peter Jackson and the cast and crew of The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey give a tour of Stone Street Studio. Ridiculously awesome.

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Technology is constantly changing and improving the ways people can access and enjoy movies—from VHS to DVDs to Blu-ray. Now, Warner Bros. is leading the digital transition of the home video indust...

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Recently, Warner Bros. was featured on CNN Worldwide because of its eco-friendly initiatives. You can watch the piece here and hear Michael Slavich, Sustainability Director for Warner Bros., discuss ...

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In a great comedic pairing , Turner has joined forces with comedic machine Funny Or Die to solidify three top comedy brands – TBS, Adult Swim and Funny Or Die – as the leading destinations for great...

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Sure they're in transition, and becoming more digital. But the future for content providers is bright. See Time Warner’s CEO Jeff Bewkes give his perspective at a recent gathering of the Economic C...

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With an obesity epidemic creating one of the most pressing health issues facing the United States today, HBO has forged an unprecedented collaboration with the Institute of Medicine (IOM), in associ...

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Warner Bros is making Hollywood history again as the first studio to screen one of its films for free on Facebook. On May 16, Casablanca fans across the US will be able to enjoy a free screening of ...

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DC Comics is unleashing a second wave of titles and new heroes as part of its historic DC Comics - "The New 52" initiative. Six new, ongoing series will build on the shared universe and bold concept...

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Time Warner recently opened the new Time Warner Medialab for a special evening with the Paley Center for Media, featuring a discussion about startups led by Time Warner Investments’ Rachel Lam. Hel...

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