Time Warner Inc. Names Priya Dogra Senior Vice President, Mergers and Acquisitions

August 19, 2015

NEW YORK – Time Warner Inc. Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer Howard Averill today announced that Priya Dogra has been named Senior Vice President, Mergers and Acquisitions. In this role, Ms. Dogra will oversee Time Warner’s global mergers and acquisitions efforts to progress the Company’s long-term corporate strategies and help define capital allocation priorities.

In announcing Ms. Dogra’s appointment, Mr. Averill said: “We are thrilled that Priya will now lead our M&A group. She has been instrumental in originating, evaluating and executing critically important transactions across the Company. Given her deep understanding of the industry, strong transaction execution skills and collaborative nature, we couldn’t hope for a more effective leader for this group.”

Ms. Dogra joined Time Warner in 2009 as a Director in the Mergers and Acquisitions group, and became the group’s Vice President three years later. In this role, she worked closely with Time Warner’s divisions and served as the primary corporate liaison for divisional corporate development functions including the acquisition of content assets and television networks internationally as well as investments in digital media and over the top assets across the Company.

Prior to joining Time Warner, Ms. Dogra was a Vice President in the Technology, Media and Telecom investment banking group at Citigroup where she spent seven years based out of the New York, London and Toronto offices covering numerous clients such as Time Warner, Sony, Discovery and Bertelsmann, and advising on a broad range of transactions including acquisitions, divestitures and financings.

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