(Above: Jeff Bewkes moderates a discussion on diversity and storytelling at the BFF Summit, featuring J.J. Abrams, Shonda Rhimes, and Alan Ball.) Time Warner takes a lead role in promoting diverse...

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(Above, the cast of Arrow, Willa Holland, Katie Cassidy and Stephen Amell join executive producer Marc Guggenheim on a panel at New York Comic Con moderated by Geoff Johns.) Yesterday I moderated a...

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On October 11, 2011, Warner Bros. released the first DVD that included an UltraViolet (UV) digital copy, Horrible Bosses. A year later, the whole industry has made clear progress, with 7,000+ availa...

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(The author at the event at Time Warner Center last night, above) As a little kid growing up, I drew my own comics and daydreamed about flying through intergalactic sectors. The closest though I g...

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Time Warner was one of the first Fortune 500 companies to build its own in-house executive recruitment team, and, according to The Wall Street Journal today, has utilized it to fill several thousand ...

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On the heels of a Social Summit held at Time Warner yesterday, it’s clear that storytelling is evolving in new ways that allow consumers to connect with their favorite characters and plotlines on mu...

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New York-based Time Warner employees, friends and family got together Saturday morning for the Big Brothers Big Sisters Race for Kids in Riverside Park. The 4k walk/run supports the BBBS of NYC in it...

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Were there people who wanted cartoons 24/7? It's the kind of question media visionary Ted Turner would dare to ask. He answered with the launch of Cartoon Network, a 24-hour cartoon-only network. S...

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