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  • 1. Team:
    AndraGrecu
    SorinPavel
  • 2. Table of Context
    Introduction
    Business model - Structure
    Products and Services
    Conclusion
  • 3. Introduction
  • 4. Introduction
    was formed in 1989 through the merger of Time Inc. and Warner Communications.
    Values
    Creativity
    Customer
    Focus
    Agility
    Teamwork
    Integrity
    Diversity
    Past Names
    Time Inc. (1922-1990)
    Warner Bros. Pictures Inc. (1923-1967)
    Seven Arts Productions Inc. (1957-1967)
    Kinney National Company (1966-1971)
    Warner Bros.-Seven Arts (1967-1971)
    Warner Communications (1971-1990)
    Time Warner (1990-1992, 2003-present)
    Time Warner Entertainment (1992-2001)
    AOL Time Warner Inc. (2001-2003)
  • 5. Business model and Structure
  • 6. Business Model
    A media and entertainment company
    It is currently competing on a Global Market, with players such as Disney, Bertelsmann, Viacom, News Corporation, Sony, TCI, Universal, NBC.
    200 subsidiaries worldwide.
    Total Worldwide Employment figure of 38,000 as of March 2009.
    Divisions : Internet, publishing, film, telecommunications and television
  • 7. Commercial Properties
    • Owns several large properties in New York City
    • 8. Buildings in the Rockefeller Center
    • 9. Time Warner Center 
  • Financial Facts
    In 2004, Time Warner's market capitalization was $84 billion
    AOL-Time Warner merger - market capitalization $280 billion
    2009, Time Warner posted a $16.03 billion loss
  • 10. Analysis of the risks that face the current business model
    Several of the Time Warner businesses are characterized by rapid technological change
    Piracy of feature films, television programming and other content may decrease the revenues
    Time Warner’s businesses may suffer if it cannot license or enforce the intellectual property rights
  • 11. Products and Services
  • 12. Time Warner: Products and Services
    Global leader in media and entertainment
    Time Inc.
    Warner Bros. Entertainment
    Turner Broadcasting System
    Home Box Office
  • 13. Time Inc.
    Time Inc. is one of the largest content companies in the world, with a portfolio of more than 115 titles, including some of the world’s most popular, powerful and trusted brands.
    All You
    Coastal Living
    Cooking Light
    Cottage Living
    Entertainment Weekly
    Essence
    Fortune
    People
    Illustrated Sports
    Illustrated For Kids
    Southern Accents Southern Living Sunset Teen People
    This Old House
    Time For Kids
    Time Asia
    Time Atlantic
    Time U.S.
    CORE STATISTICS
    BRANDS
  • 14. Warner Bros. Entertainment
    a fully integrated, broad-based entertainment company – a global leader in the creation, production, distribution, licensing and marketing of all forms of creative content and their related businesses, across all current and emerging media and platforms
    Brands
  • 15. Turner Broadcasting System
    CORE STATISTICS
    Adult Swim
    Boomerang
    Cartoon Network
    CNN / U.S.
    CNN International
    CNN Newsource
    CNN.com
    HLN
    NASCAR.com
    Pogo
    TBS
    TNT HD
    truTV
    Turner Classic Movies
    Turner Network Television
    Brands
  • 16. HOME BOX OFFICE
    CORE STATISTICS
    • America's most successful premium television company
    • 17. HBO continues to be at the forefront in technological innovation and content distribution
  • Conclusion
  • 18. Conclusion
    Time Warner is an innovator in technology, products and services, and not only a collection of brands owned under one roof.