Time Warner

Time Warner
a very large US media and entertainment company selling magazines, films, television programmes and Internet services all over the world. It was formed in 1989 when the magazine company Time Inc joined with the film company Warner Brothers. In 1996 it bought the Turner Broadcasting System which owns CNN. Time Warner’s magazines include Time, Life and Sports Illustrated. In 2000 it joined with America Online to form the world’s largest media company.

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