AT&T is the world's third largest media conglomerate, television networks and filmed TV, and entertainment company in terms of revenue, after Comcast and The Walt Disney Company.[1][2]

This is a listing of all of its brands, as shown at the company's website.

Home Box Office, Inc.

Main article: HBO

Turner Broadcasting System

Main article: Turner Broadcasting System

Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

Main article: Warner Bros.

Warner Bros. Pictures Group

Warner Bros. Television Group

Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group

Content libraries

Main article: List of libraries owned by Warner Bros.


  • Adify (Acquired by Cox)
  • Admeld (Acquired by Google)
  • Arroyo (Acquired by Cisco)
  • BigBand Networks (Acquired by ARRIS)
  • BroadLogic (Acquired by Broadcom)
  • Entropic Communications (IPO in December 2007)
  • GoldPocket (Acquired by Tandberg TV)
  • Glu Mobile (IPO in March 2007)
  • Kosmix (Acquired by Walmart)
  • Maker Studios (Acquired by The Walt Disney Company)
  • MediaVast (Acquired by Getty Images)
  • Meebo (Acquired by Google)
  • N2 Broadband (Acquired by Tandberg TV)
  • NuvoTV (Acquired by Fuse Networks, LLC)
  • PlanetOut (IPO in October 2004)
  • PlaySpan (Acquired by Visa)
  • ScanScout (Acquired by Tremor Media)
  • SkyStream Networks (Acquired by Tandberg TV)
  • Tumri (Acquired by Collective)
  • Vindigo (Acquired by For-Side)

Other units

Former assets

Sold or spun off

Dormant or shuttered

These are Time Warner divisions which have been closed or folded into another part of the company.

  • Associated Artists Productions - bought Popeye cartoons and pre-1950 WB library in 1956; the latter library would find its way back to Warner ownership in 1996 as part of the Turner merger (which also incorporated the Popeye cartoons)
  • World Championship Wrestling (WCW) - video library, selected wrestler contracts and other intellectual property sold to World Wrestling Federation Entertainment, Inc., now known as WWE (World Wrestling Entertainment), through its subsidiary W. Acquisition Company (which was subsequently renamed WCW Inc. following the sale) in 2001.[10] The promotion itself, which is still owned by Time Warner, reverted to its previous name, Universal Wrestling Corporation,[11] and now functions solely to deal with old contracts and lawsuits.[12]
  • Monogram Pictures/Allied Artists Pictures Corporation - sold to Lorimar in 1979
  • Interstate Television - founded in early 1950s as the TV arm of Allied Artists, became Allied Artists Television in 1960s and was folded into Lorimar with the rest of AAPC in 1979
  • Picturehouse - renamed from Fine Line Features in 2005, closed in 2008; reopened in 2013 as an independent studio
  • National General Pictures - sold to Warner Bros. in 1973
  • The WB - 64% joint venture with Tribune Broadcasting, closed in 2006
  • Warner Independent Pictures - closed in 2008
  • Warner Premiere - closed in 2012
  • Midway Games - shut down under bankruptcy in 2009
  • WildStorm Productions - dissolved into DC Comics in 2011

See also

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