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Time Warner, Inc. (NYSE: TWX) is the world's largest media company with major Internet, publishing, film, telecommunications and television divisions.
The following enterprises are part of Time Warner:
- CNN, a world wide news company as well as a cable news channel
- HBO, Cinemax, Turner Classic Movies, cable movie channels
- TBS Superstation, TNT, Cartoon Network, cable channels
- The WB television network (co-owned with Tribune Company)
America Online and via its Web Properties Group:
- CompuServe (Classic, 2000 and Basic), an Internet service provider
- Mirabilis, makers of the ICQ instant messaging program
- Mapquest, a WWW map and direction site
- Netscape, a web portal and browser vendor, formerly leader of the Mozilla project
- Nullsoft, a software development group best known for Winamp.
- Time Warner Cable, a cable television company
- Time Warner Bookmark (Little, Brown and Company, Warner Books)
- TIME, a weekly news magazine
- People, a weekly celebrity magazine
- Sports Illustrated, a sports magazine
- MAD magazine, a humor magazine
- Fortune, Money Magazine, business and investing magazines
- Warner Bros., a movie studio
- New Line Cinema, a movie studio
- Atlanta Braves, a Major League Baseball team
- DC Comics, a comic book company
- Rhino Entertainment, a specialty recording, home video, and production company
- Turner Entertainment, production company largely responsible for the distribution of the classic MGM, RKO, and Warner Bros. film libraries
Time Warner also owns several other television channels and magazines, including CNN Headline News and Entertainment Weekly, as well as Time Life books and music. See external links below for a complete list.
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founding year: 1,990 (+)
number of employees: 84,900 (+)