This Rideshare Month, Warner Bros. employees continue their commitment to clean air commuting through the Clean Air Club.
In light of multiple natural disasters around the world, Warner Bros. supports nonprofit organizations providing much-needed relief services to communities in need.
Warner Bros. employees participated in the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank 4th Annual Studio Day and helped assemble more than 5,500 food packages for seniors, families and others struggling with food insecurity.
Warner Bros. partnered with Kiva to promote a Wonder Woman campaign empowering women entrepreneurs.
YouTube superstar Megan Nicole recorded a brand-new DC Super Hero Girls theme song to inspire young fans to embrace their inner warrior.
The Girls Who Code took over the Warner Bros. studio lot as part of WB’s first Girls Who Code Summer Immersion Program, hosted by Warner Bros. Technology. During the seven week program, 20 young women received in-depth coding and technology education and were given an inside look at career possibilities in technology and entertainment.
During the filming of Wonder Woman, Warner Bros. Creative Talent partner Into Film, brought young women from disadvantaged backgrounds to visit the set and learn from Patty Jenkins and members of the crew.
Just in time for the first day of school, Impact, the Warner Bros. Giving Program, delivered over 175 backpacks, 129 lunchboxes and 10 boxes of school supplies to MEND and the students in their youth services program.
In collaboration with the release of Dunkirk, Contact, a collaboration of UK military charities, made a video featuring veterans from Dunkirk, Afghanistan, and Kosovo talking about their experiences in conflict zones and returning to civilian life.
The 2016 Time Warner CSR Report highlights our efforts to creative a positive impact with everything we do, enterprise-wide. Three key focus areas of the report help illustrate this: Purposeful Storytelling, Engaging with Impact and Creating Responsibly and Sustainably.