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Turner Broadcasting System

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Turner Broadcasting System, Inc.
Subsidiary
Industry
FoundedMay 1965; 54 years ago (1965-05)
FounderTed Turner
Headquarters,
Key people
Brands
ParentWarnerMedia
DivisionsTurner Sports
Subsidiaries

Turner Broadcasting System, Inc. is a former American television and media conglomerate, part of AT&T's WarnerMedia. Founded by Ted Turner, and based in Atlanta, Georgia, it merged with Time Warner on October 10, 1996. Among its main properties were its namesake TBS, TNT, CNN, Turner Classic Movies, Cartoon Network and Adult Swim, and TruTV. It also licensed or had ownership interests in international versions of these properties. The headquarters of Turner's properties are located in both the CNN Center in Downtown Atlanta, and the Turner Broadcasting campus off Techwood Drive in Midtown Atlanta, which also houses Turner Studios.

The company was known for several pioneering innovations in U.S. multichannel television, including its satellite uplink of local Atlanta independent station WTCG channel 17 as one of the first national "superstations", and its establishment of CNN—the first 24-hour news channel.

On June 14, 2018, Time Warner was acquired by telecom firm AT&T and renamed WarnerMedia. On March 4, 2019, AT&T announced a major reorganization of WarnerMedia that effectively dissolves Turner, by dispersing some of its properties into two new divisions—WarnerMedia Entertainment (consisting of Turner's entertainment cable channels and HBO, but excluding TCM) and WarnerMedia News & Sports (CNN, Turner Sports, and the AT&T SportsNet regional sports networks), and phasing out the Turner brand in relation to these networks.

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WHAT IS A COMPUTER AND HOW DOES IT WORK? Chelsea: OH MY GOD, A COMPUTER? Win: THERE'S A GNOME. HE HAS EITHER A WHEEL OR A TREADMILL, KIND OF DEPENDING ON THE TYPE OF CARDIO HE'S LOOKING FOR Matthew: A COMPUTER ITSELF IS KIND OF A DUMB MACHINE... Win: HE IN TURN THROWS A DART Matthew: A COMPUTER CAN ONLY DO THINGS THAT YOU TELL IT TO DO Win: THAT DART THROWING AND THE RUNNING ON A TREADMILL ALL OCCURS YOU KNOW FIFTY THOUSAND TIMES A MINUTE Matthew: AND DOES SOME PRETTY FASCINATING THINGS DEPENDING ON WHAT THE PERSON DREAMT UP IN THEIR HEAD. Chelsea: I DON'T KNOW HOW A COMPUTER WORKS Win: IT'S PRETTY AMAZING STUFF. ♪ MUSIC ♪ WELCOME TO ANOTHER EPISODE OF FAST FORWARD. AND THE REASON YOU'RE WATCHING PEOPLE TALK ABOUT MYSTERIOUS COMPUTER GNOMES IS BECAUSE TODAY WE'RE VISITING A PLACE COMPLETELY POWERED BY CUTTING EDGE TECHNOLOGY--TURNER BROADCASTING IN MIDTOWN ATLANTA, HOME OF TNT, TBS, CNN, CARTOON NETWORK, ADULT SWIM, AND A WHOLE LOT MORE. SO LET'S START BY MEETING SOME OF THE FOLKS WHO WORK HERE. DeTag: I'M A SENIOR ANIMATOR SLASH ANIMATION DIRECTOR HERE AT TURNER STUDIOS. Chelsea: I'M A MEDIA MANAGER AT TURNER BROADCASTING. Jim: I'M THE MUSICOLOGIST FOR TURNER STUDIOS. Peter: I'M VICE PRESIDENT OF EMERGING MEDIA FOR TURNER SPORTS. I THINK I HAVE THE BEST JOB IN THE WORLD. IT TURNS OUT THE TURNER NETWORKS DON'T JUST RUN BY MAGIC. IT TAKES PEOPLE LIKE THESE, AND A WHOLE LOT MORE ALMOST 7,000 IN ATLANTA ALONE, AND ANOTHER 4,000 AROUND THE WORLD. AMAZINGLY CREATIVE PEOPLE WITH SERIOUS TECHNOLOGY KNOW HOW. AND WITH THAT IN MIND, TODAY WE'RE GONNA BUST A FEW MYTHS. SO LET'S GET STARTED! TO BE A GREAT ANIMATOR, YOU JUST HAVE TO DRAW REALLY WELL. DeTag: ANIMATORS HAVE TO LIVE AND BREATHE PHYSICS TO MAKE ANYTHING LOOK REALISTIC. DeTag: WHEN YOU WORK AS AN ANIMATOR YOUR DRAFTSMANSHIP IS ONE PART OF IT, BUT THEN YOUR UNDERSTANDING OF MOTION IS THE WHOLE REST OF YOUR JOB. DeTag:THERE'S JUST THE BASICS OF, WE MUST KNOW GRAVITY THINGS HAVE TO SIT RIGHT. YOU HAVE TO FEEL WEIGHT. AND LIKE IF YOU THROW A BALL, IT'S NOT GOING TO GO AS A STRAIGHT LINE CAUSE WITH THE REALITY OF GRAVITY IT HAS TO ARC THIS IS PROBABLY A GOOD TIME TO INTRODUCE A... De Tag: TEACHABLE MOMENT! LET'S GET A BETTER HANDLE ON GRAVITY. WHILE WE GENERALLY THINK OF GRAVITY AS THE THING THAT KEEPS US ON THE EARTH, IT'S ACTUALLY A UNIVERSAL FORCE OF ATTRACTION BETWEEN ALL PARTICLES. ONE WAY TO LOOK AT IT IS WITH THE FORMULA F EQUALS M TIMES G, WHERE F IS THE WEIGHT OF AN OBJECT, M IS ITS MASS, AND G IS ACCELERATION DUE TO GRAVITY. WHILE AN OBJECT'S MASS DOESN'T CHANGE, ITS WEIGHT WILL DEPEND ON M AND G. THAT'S WHY THINGS WEIGH LESS ON THE MOON. IT ALSO AFFECTS HOW ANIMATORS DRAW. FOR EXAMPLE DeTag: WHENEVER YOU HAVE TO DRAW SOMEONE THROWING SOMETHING, IF YOU DID A STRAIGHT LINE IT WOULD BE, IT WOULDN'T BE BELIEVABLE AND LOOK FAKE SO YOU HAVE TO PUT AN ARC TO IT TO SIMULATE GRAVITY'S FORCE KNOCKING IT BACK DOWN TO EARTH. SO GRAVITY COMES INTO PLAY ALL THE TIME IN ANIMATION. SO... UNDERSTANDING PHYSICS HELPS ANIMATORS. ODD... BUT TRUE. LET'S MOVE ON. WHEN YOU HEAR MUSIC IN MOVIES OR ON TV SHOWS, THE MUSICIANS PLAYING HAVE TO PLAY IT EXACTLY RIGHT EVERY SINGLE TIME. Jim: IF YOU SEE A SCENE THAT'S SUPPOSEDLY TAKING PLACE IN A NIGHTCLUB, THERE'S REALLY NO MUSIC IN THE BACKGROUND. IT'S ADDED LATER. THIS IS WHERE SOUND DESIGN AND EDITING COMES IN HANDY. COOL JOB ALERT! THAT'S JIM RICH, TURNER'S MUSICOLOGIST. AND HIS JOB IS Jim: KIND OF SIMILAR TO SHAZAM IF YOU WANT TO KNOW THE TRUTH. AND THAT IS THE TRUTH. JIM'S KINDA LIKE A HUMAN IPOD, AND HIS BRAIN IS LIKE THE BIGGEST PLAYLIST EVER. TELL US MORE, JIM! Jim: IF WE'RE DOING MUSIC FOR SOME OF OUR MADE-FOR-TV MOVIES OR SOME OF OUR SHOWS, WE'LL BE LOOKING FOR MUSIC THAT WILL GO UNDERNEATH A SCENE. THEY'LL SEND ME DAILIES, THEY'LL SEND ME ONE-OFFS, AND I'LL KINDA MATCH MUSIC TO THOSE SCENES. SOUNDS LIKE PURELY CREATIVE STUFF, YES? Jim: YOU NEED TO BE VERY, VERY, VERY COMPUTER LITERATE. YOU HAVE TO BE VERY FLUENT IN HANDLING META-DATA AND IN COMPUTER SKILLS. INCIDENTALLY, META-DATA IS BASICALLY INFORMATION THAT HELPS DESCRIBE ONE OR MORE ASPECTS OF SOME CONTENT, LIKE THE WORDS YOU USE TO SEARCH FOR A VIDEO ON YOUTUBE. OKAY, THERE'S A LOT OF TECHNOLOGY AND CREATIVITY HERE AT TURNER. I'M STARTING TO SENSE A THEME. SO... LET'S GET TO MYTH NUMBER 3! WORK THAT INVOLVES TECHNOLOGY IS BORING. YEP, THE FOLKS HERE AT TURNER FEEL A BIT DIFFERENTLY. BUT I'LL LET THEM SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES. Peter: I AM WHAT YOU CALL A CREATIVE TECHNOLOGIST, AND WHAT I DO IS I TAKE THIS WONDERFUL DATA AND I FIGURE OUT THE BEST WAYS THAT I CAN DELIVER CONTENT. IF KOBE BRYANT HAS 10 DUNKS IN A GAME, HOW DO I TAKE THAT DATA THOSE 10 DUNKS AND SERVE IT DIRECTLY TO A KOBE BRYANT FAN? I LIKE THAT CREATIVE TECHNOLOGIST. AND THE SAME THING IS TRUE AT ADULT SWIM. Win: WHEN I WAS KID I LOVED LEGOS. AND YOU KNOW IT'S KIND OF LIKE DIGITAL LEGOS FOR ME. I START WITH A BLANK PAGE AT THE BEGINNING OF THE DAY AND AT THE END OF THE DAY I'VE GOT SOMETHING THAT IN ONE WAY OR ANOTHER THAT INVOLVES A CARTOON IN A VERY REAL CAPACITY, WHICH IS A LOT OF FUN NICE! THREE MYTHS--BUSTED. BUT BEFORE WE GO, HOW ABOUT SOME ADVICE. Peter: IF YOU UNDERSTAND TECHNOLOGY THAT'S ONLY GOING TO HELP YOUR CAREER BECAUSE THERE'S SO MANY GREAT OPPORTUNITIES THAT YOU CAN PARTICIPATE AS YOU GET OLDER. SOUNDS GOOD. BUT WITH ALL OF THAT CREATIVE TECHNOLOGY STUFF IN MIND, THERE'S ONE MORE QUESTION I HAVE TO ASK THAT GUY FROM ADULT SWIM WHAT'S THE COOLEST THING ABOUT YOUR JOB? Win: COOLEST THING ABOUT WORKING IN TECHNOLOGY FOR ADULT SWIM IS PROBABLY WORKING FOR ADULT SWIM. NO MATTER WHAT I'M DOING AT THE END OF THE DAY, I AM TRYING TO FIGURE OUT A WAY TO EITHER MAKE CARTOONS OR VIDEOGAMES COOLER IN SOME WAY SHAPE OR FORM. I DON'T THINK THERE ARE A LOT OF PEOPLE THAT GET UP IN THE MORNING AND END UP AT A PLACE THIS FUN. MAYBE NOT. BUT IF THERE ARE, WE'LL FIND THEM, AND INTRODUCE THEM TO YOU ON THE NEXT EPISODE OF FAST FORWARD. SEE YOU THEN! ♪ MUSIC ♪

Contents

History

Turner Broadcasting System logo until 2015
Former Turner Broadcasting System logo, used from 1979 until 2015

Early history

Turner Broadcasting System traces its roots to a billboard company in Savannah purchased by Robert Edward Turner II in the late 1940s.[2] Turner grew the business, which later became known as Turner Advertising Company.[2] Robert Edward Turner's son, Ted Turner, inherited the company when the elder Turner died in 1963.[2] After taking over the company, Ted Turner expanded the business into radio and television.[2]

Turner Broadcasting System as a formal entity was incorporated in Georgia in May 1965.[3]

1970s

In 1970, Ted Turner purchased WJRJ-Atlanta, Channel 17, a small, Ultra High Frequency (UHF) station, and renamed it WTCG, for parent company Turner Communications Group.[4][5] During December 1976, WTCG originated the "superstation" concept, transmitting via satellite to cable systems.[4]

On December 17, 1976 at 1:00 pm, WTCG Channel 17's signal was beamed via satellite to its four cable systems in Grand Island, Nebraska; Newport News, Virginia; Troy, Alabama; and Newton, Kansas. All four cable systems started receiving the 1948 Dana Andrews - Cesar Romero film Deep Waters already in progress. The movie had started 30 minutes earlier. WTCG went from being a little television station to a major TV network that every one of the 24,000 households outside of the 675,000 in Atlanta was receiving coast-to-coast. WTCG became a so-called Superstation and created a precedent of today's basic cable television.

HBO had gone to satellite transmissions to distribute its signal nationally in 1975, but that was a service that cable subscribers were made to pay extra to receive. Ted Turner's innovation signaled the start of the basic cable revolution.

In 1979, the company changed its name to Turner Broadcasting System, Inc. (TBS, Inc.) and the call letters of its main entertainment channel to WTBS.

1980s

On June 1, 1980, Cable News Network (CNN) was launched at 5:00pm EDT becoming the first 24-hour news cable channel. The husband and wife team of Dave Walker and Lois Hart news anchored the first newscast, Burt Reinhardt the then executive vice president of CNN, hired most of the channel's first 200 employees & 25-member staff including Bernard Shaw, the network's first news anchor.

In 1981, Turner Broadcasting System acquired Brut Productions from Faberge Inc.[6]

In 1984, Turner initiated Cable Music Channel, his competition for WASEC's MTV. The channel was short-lived but helped influence the original format of VH1.

In 1986, after a failed attempt to acquire CBS, Turner purchased the film studio MGM/UA Entertainment Co. from Kirk Kerkorian for $1.5 billion. Following the acquisition, Turner had an enormous debt and sold parts of the acquisition. MGM/UA Entertainment was sold back to Kirk Kerkorian. The MGM/UA Studio lot in Culver City was sold to Lorimar/Telepictures. Turner kept MGM's pre-May 1986 film and TV library as well as the Associated Artists Productions library (the pre-1950[7][8] Warner Bros. film library and the Fleischer Studios/Famous Studios Popeye cartoons originally released by Paramount Pictures), and the U.S./Canadian distribution rights to the RKO Pictures library. Turner Entertainment Co. was founded on August 4, 1986.

On October 3, 1988, the company launched Turner Network Television (TNT).[9]

1990s

Turner expanded its presence in movie production and distribution, first with the 1991 purchase of the Hanna-Barbera animation studio.[10] On December 22, 1993, Turner acquired Castle Rock Entertainment. Turner purchased New Line Cinema a month later.[11][12][13]

Turner launched Cartoon Network on October 1, 1992, followed by Turner Classic Movies (TCM) on April 14, 1994.

On October 10, 1996, Turner merged with Time Warner, a company formed in 1990[14] by the merger of Time Inc. and Warner Communications.[15] Through this merger, Warner Bros. had regained the rights to its pre-1950 library, while Turner gained access to the company's post-1950 library and other properties. The company also became a subsidiary of Time Warner since the acquisition.

2000s

In 2003, Philip I. Kent succeeded Jamie Kellner as chairman. Operational duties for The WB were transferred by Time Warner from Warner Bros. to Turner Broadcasting during 2001, while Kellner was chairman, but were returned to Warner Bros. in 2003 with the departure of Kellner.

On February 23, 2006, the company agreed to sell the regional entertainment channel Turner South to Fox Entertainment Group.[16] Fox assumed control of the channel on May 1, and on October 13 relaunched it as SportSouth - coincidentally, the former name of Fox Sports South when Turner owned this channel in partnership with Liberty Media between 1990 and 1996.[17]

In May 2006, Time Warner, which had owned 50% of Court TV since 1998, purchased the remaining 50% from Liberty Media and began running the channel as part of Turner Broadcasting. The channel was relaunched as TruTV on January 1, 2008.

Also in May 2006, Ted Turner attended his last meeting as a board member of Time Warner and officially parted with the company.[18]

On October 5, 2007, Turner Broadcasting System completed the acquisition of Claxson Interactive Pay Television Networks in Latin America.[19][unreliable source?]

2010s

On August 26, 2010, Turner Broadcasting took full control of Chilevisión, a TV channel owned by the President of Chile Sebastián Piñera.[20]

On September 8, 2011, Turner Broadcasting System acquired LazyTown Entertainment, the producer of the TV series LazyTown.[21]

On January 1, 2014, John K. Martin succeeded Phil Kent as chairman and CEO of Turner Broadcasting.[22]

In August 2014, The Wrap reported that Turner was preparing to offer buy-outs to 550 employees as part of plans to restructure the company heading into 2015. The ratings performance of CNN and HLN were cited as a factor, while CBSSports.com reported that the rising rights fees Turner pays for its NBA broadcasts on TNT may have also been a factor.[23][24] It was further reported in October 2014 that the company planned to reduce its workforce by 10% (1,475 people) through layoffs across a wide set of units including corporate positions.[25]

On August 14, 2015, it was announced that Turner Broadcasting had acquired a majority stake in iStreamPlanet, a Las Vegas-based video streaming services company, in an effort to bolster its over-the-top programming and shift its core technology infrastructure to the cloud. iStreamPlanet is a direct competitor of Major League Baseball Advanced Media. The deal was reported to be in the neighborhood of $200 million.[26] On October 2015, Turner launched a streaming-video network named Great Big Story.[27]

In April 2017, in order to expedite the sale of Time Warner to AT&T by shedding FCC-licensed properties, WPCH-TV was sold to Meredith Corporation, which had already been operating WPCH on its behalf since 2011 as a sister to its local station WGCL-TV.[28]

On March 22, 2018, Six Flags and Riverside Group announced a partnership with Turner Asia Pacific to bring attractions based on Tuzki and other Turner-owned IPs to its theme parks in China.[29]

On June 15, 2018, it was announced that John Martin would be leaving as CEO following AT&T's completed acquisition of Time Warner, which would later be renamed WarnerMedia once the acquisition was completed.[30] By September, AT&T had transferred its Audience channel, a group of regional sports networks plus stakes in Game Show Network and MLB Network to Turner from AT&T Communications.[31]

In December 2018, Turner Broadcasting sold the rights to the brand and programming library of defunct cable network Court TV (which relaunched as TruTV in 2008) to Katz, with plans to re-launch it as an over-the-air digital network in May 2019.[32][33]

Dissolution

On March 4, 2019, AT&T announced a major reorganization of its broadcasting assets to effectively dissolve Turner Broadcasting System. Its assets are to be dispersed across multiple units of WarnerMedia, including the newly-created WarnerMedia Entertainment and WarnerMedia News & Sports. WarnerMedia Entertainment would consist of HBO, TBS, TNT, TruTV, and an upcoming direct-to-consumer video service (led by former NBC entertainment chief Robert Greenblatt), while WarnerMedia News & Sports would consist of CNN, Turner Sports, and the AT&T SportsNet regional networks (which would be led by CNN Worldwide president Jeff Zucker). Cartoon Network, Adult Swim, Boomerang, and Turner Classic Movies would be moved under Warner Bros. Entertainment via the new "Global Kids & Young Adults" business unit.[34][35] Although AT&T did not specify any timetable for the changes, WarnerMedia had already begun to remove references to Turner Broadcasting in corporate communications, with press releases referring to its networks as being "divisions of WarnerMedia".[36]

Properties

U.S. domestic

International

Latin America
The channels in Latin America are controlled by Turner Broadcasting System Latin America, headquartered in Atlanta. It broadcasts Latin American versions of U.S. channels, and also channels that are exclusive for the region. TBS LA also handles advertising sales for Warner TV (owned by fellow WarnerMedia division Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.) and for the Brazilian action sports channel Woohoo.

News and Information

Indian

Kids and Teens

Lifestyle

Music

Movies & Entertainment

Sports

  • TNT Sports (Argentina)
  • Woohoo (Brazil)
  • Esporte Interativo (Brazil)
  • Esporte Interativo Plus (Brazil) - Only Web
  • EI Maxx (Brazil)
  • EI Maxx 2 (Brazil)
  • CDF (Chile)

Chinese

Other regions

Regional News

  • CNN Chile, a joint-venture between Turner Latin América and VTR Globalcom that is only aired in Chile.
  • CNN IBN, a joint-venture between Turner, TV18 and Global Broadcast News that is only aired in India.
  • CNN Türk, owned by Doğan Medya Grubu that is only aired in Turkey.
  • CNN+, a joint-venture between Turner (50%) and Sogecable that is only aired in Spain, closed down in late 2010.

Entertainment

Animation

Movies

Former assets

Note: (*) - Now owned or absorbed by sister company, Warner Bros.

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