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Time Warner (first era)

1990–1993

Time Warner 1990 logo

Time Warner was first founded on January 10, 1990 as a result of the merger of Time Inc. and Warner Communications. The company's original identity was created by Chermayeff & Geismar, and included an eye-ear logo designed by Steff Geissbuhler (which was adopted for Time Warner Cable).

1993–2001

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In April 1993, Time Warner's eye-ear logo was replaced by a more reserved and traditional serif-based wordmark created by Anspach Grossman Portugal.

AOL Time Warner

2001–2003

AOL Time Warner

In early 2000, Time Warner and America Online (AOL) announced that they would merge to become AOL Time Warner, and the merge was finalized in January 2001. Landor Associates was responsible for designing their new logo, which retained the last one's horizontal lines, but added the word "AOL" next to "TIME WARNER", which had been re-rendered as "Time Warner". Also, the wordmark was colored blue, and the lines were recolored in a pale shade of blue.

Time Warner (second era)

2003–2018

TimeWarner logo

Starting in November 2002, AOL Time Warner alternated with its ​Time Warner and AOL Time Warner names, until October 15, 2003. Starting October 16 of that same year, the "AOL" was officially and legally dropped from the company's name which result in using its 1990–2001 name again. Lippincott Mercer was hired to create the company's new corporate identity: [3]. On a side note, their new logo dropped the two horizontal lines above and below the wordmark, whose font was changed from Times New Roman to Bodoni Bold and was rendered as "TimeWarner". Its color is the only aspect that remains unchanged, as it retains the blue color from the AOL Time Warner logo.

This logo later began to be used within various of its subsidiaries' logo bylines (specifically Warner Bros. Pictures, New Line Cinema, Castle Rock Entertainment, Warner Animation Group, and some on-screen logos of Cartoon Network Studios, among others), with the words "A" and "Company" in the FF Meta typeface (renders as "A TimeWarner Company" and there are some exceptions, such as that of Cartoon Network ProductionsTelepictures Productions, and Turner Broadcasting System since 2015). Some on-screen logos of its subsidiaries have also bylines that does not use the Time Warner logo and have different font, but the "Time" and "Warner" are still close together (i.e. New Line Cinema Game Night 2018 film variant). Its alternate byline, introduced in August 2016, however, contains the same elements but the "A" and "Company" are smaller and in Proxima Nova font, with the Time Warner logo being larger and retains its size which renders as "A TimeWarner Company".

"The new logo signals this is not the same company it was as the old Time Warner. We wanted it to be forward looking without coming up with some logo that had symbols or fireworks shooting out of it." –Time Warner Senior Vice President Edward Adler, October 2003

WarnerMedia

2018–present

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On October 22, 2016, AT&T announced its intent to acquire Time Warner for $85 billion. On June 12, 2018, District Judge Richard J. Leon ruled in favor of AT&T, thus allowing the acquisition to go ahead with no conditions or remedies. Leon argued that the Department of Justice provided insufficient evidence that the proposed transaction would result in lessened competition. He also warned the government that attempting to obtain an appeal or stay on the ruling would be manifest unjust, as it would cause "certain irreparable harm to the defendants".

Two days later (June 14), AT&T announces that it has closed the acquisition deal on Time Warner, making it as the former's subsidiary and division. In effect, Jeff Bewkes steps down as CEO of Time Warner while retaining ties with the company as senior advisor of its parent company AT&T. On the other hand, John Stankey, which headed the AT&T/Time Warner integration team, took over as "CEO of AT&T Media Business". It was also announced that Time Warner, as a division, was rebranded as WarnerMedia as of June 15, 2018.

Warner Media
Part of AT&T

Warner Bros. Entertainment:
Film production: Warner Bros. Pictures (Others | Trailer variants | Closing variants) | New Line Cinema (Others | Trailer variants | Closing variants) | Warner Animation Group | Castle Rock Entertainment | Flagship Entertainment (49%)1

Television production: Warner Bros. Television | Warner Bros. Animation | Alloy Entertainment | Warner Horizon Television | Warner Bros. Television Distribution | Warner Bros. International Television | Telepictures | The Wolper Organization | Hanna-Barbera (Other) | Eyeworks

Home Entertainment: Warner Bros. Home Entertainment (Others)

Video Games: Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment | Monolith Productions | Cartoon Network Games | Traveller's Tales (Others) | Snowblind Studios | Rocksteady Studios | Turbine | NetherRealm Studios | Avalanche Software

Broadcast television: The CW2


Home Box Office, Inc.
Film/television production: HBO Films | HBO Documentary Films | HBO Entertainment | HBO Enterprises

U.S. channels: HBO (HD | Go) | HBO 2 | HBO Comedy | HBO Family | HBO Latino | HBO Signature | HBO Zone
Cinemax (HD | Go) | MoreMax | 5StarMax | ActionMax | Cinemáx | MovieMax | OuterMax | ThrillerMax

International channels: HBO (HD) | HBO 2 (HD) | HBO 3 (HD) | HBO Cinemax (HD) | HBO Cinemax 2 (HD) | HBO (LA) | HBO 2 (LA) | HBO Family (LA) | HBO Signature (LA) | HBO Plus (LA) | Max (LA) | Max Prime (LA) | Max Up (LA) | HBO Cinemax (LA) | A+E Networks (LA)3

Other assets: HBO Interactive Entertainment | HBO Home Entertainment


Turner Broadcasting System:
U.S networks: Adult Swim | Adult Swim Video | Boomerang | Cartoon Network (HD) | | CNN | CNN Airport | HLN | NBA TV | Turner Classic Movies | TCM Classic Film Festival | TBS | TNT | Toonami | truTV

International channels: Boing (Africa | France | Italy | Spain) | Boomerang (Europe, Middle East and Africa | Australia | Brazil | Latin America | Russia | Southeast Asia | South Korea | Thailand | New Zealand | UK and Ireland | Asia | Greece | Japan | Portugal) | Cartoon Network (Arabic | Australia | Canada | Europe | France | Germany | Greece | Hungary | India | Italy | Japan | Latin America | Nordic | Pakistan | Philippines | Poland | Portugal | Russia and CIS | Southeast Asia | Taiwan | Turkey | UK & Ireland) | Cartoonito | CNN (CNN International | CNN Türk | Imagine TV | CNN Chile | CNN en Español | CNN-News 18 | CNN Indonesia2 | CNN Philippines1) | Chilevisión | Esporte Interativo | Mondo TV QTV | Space Latin America | TABI Channel | TCM & Cartoon Network (Other) | TNT (Latin America | TNT Series | TNT Sports | Europe | Spain | Romania | Nordic | Africa | TNT Comedy | TNT Film | TNT Serie) | Tooncast | Toonami (France | Africa) | HTV | I-Sat | Much Music Latin America | TBS Latin America | TruTV (Latin America | UK and Ireland | Asia) | Turner Classic Movies (UK and Ireland | Canada | Spain | France (HD) | Latin America | Nordic | Middle East | Africa) | Warner | WarnerTV | WB Channel

Television production: Turner Entertainment | Bleacher Report | Super Deluxe | Hanna-Barbera | Cartoon Network Productions (Others) | Cartoon Network Studios (Others) | Cartoon Network Studios Europe | Studio T

Film production: Turner Entertainment | Cartoon Network Movies | CNN Films

Other assets: Turner Sports | Hulu (10%)


DC Entertainment:
DC Comics (Others | Logo Variations) | Vertigo (Others) | DC Collectibles | Mad | DC Films | DC All Access


Other: TMZ.com | Fandango (30%) (Flixster | Rotten Tomatoes) | Machinima | Momlogic | WaterTower Music | Warner Bros. Movie World1 | Warner Village Cinemas1 | Warner Bros. Digital Distribution | Warner Bros. Studios | Warner Bros. Online


Defunct/Dissolved:
Brut Productions | Cartoon Network Too | Cartoon Network Spain | Castle Rock Entertainment Television | Charter Entertainment | CNN+ | Geffen Pictures | Geffen Television | Hanna-Barbera Home Video | Hanna-Barbera Poland | Hanna-Barbera Australia | HBO/Cannon Video | HBO Savoy Video | HBO Independent Productions | HBO Downtown Productions | HBO NYC Productions | HLN HD | Infinifilm | Kideo Video | Lorimar Television (Others) | Lorimar-Telepictures | Lorimar Film Entertainment | Lorimar Records | Lorimar Home Video | Nelson Entertainment | New Line Home Entertainment | New Line Television | New Line Television Distribution | New Line Television Pay Per View | Rankin/Bass Productions | Raw Feed | Roadshow-Lorimar Home Video6 | Scholastic-Lorimar Home Video7 | Seven Arts Associated Corporation | Seven Arts Television | Silver Screen Partners | Super Deluxe | TCM 2 | Ted Turner Pictures | Telepictures Distribution | Thorn EMI/HBO Video | Time-Telepictures Television | TNT (Africa) | Toonami (Asia) | Toonami (UK & Ireland) | Turner Home Entertainment | Turner Program Services | Upwave | Warner-Amex Satellite Entertainment Company8 | Warner Books | Warner Bros. Television Animation | Warner Bros. Italia | Warner Communications | Warner Independent Pictures | Picturehouse | Warner-Nest Animation | Warner Bros. Family Entertainment | Warner Premiere | Warner Premiere Digital | The WB | TBS Productions | TNT Productions


1Joint venture with a China Media Capital-led consortium that includes TVB.
2Co-owned with CBS Corporation.
3HBO Latin America Group has distribution to networks owned by a joint venture of A&E Networks and Ole Communications.
4Joint Venture with Trans Media.
5Joint Venture with Nine Media Corporation.
6Co-owned by Village Roadshow.
7Co-owned by Scholastic.
8Assets owned by Viacom or CBS Corporation.

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AT&T
Primary bussinesses:

DirecTV | Telewest | Warner Media


Mobile telecommunications and Television services:
AT&T U-verse | AT&T Mobility | AT&T Wireless Services | GoPhone


Other properties:
AT&T Digital Life | AT&T Originals


Precedessor companies:
Bell Labs | Western Electric Export Corporation | SBC


Defunct:
Advanced Mobile Phone Service | Aio Wireless | Ameritech | AT&T Broadband | Bell Atlantic | BellSouth | Bell Telephone Company | Cingular Wireless | Illinois Bell | Lucent | NYNEX | Pacific Bell | Pacific Telesis | Southwestern Bell Corporation | US West

AT&T 2016