Warner Bros. films, series and comic books were nominated for GLAAD Media Awards this week.
Time Warner Inc. has been named a Top 25 Socially Responsible Dividend Stock by Dividend Channel.
In conjunction with the Theatre Development Fund, Warner Bros. Theatre Venture’s “Elf” hosted an Autism Friendly Performance.
Cast members from “The Carrie Diaries” were on hand to help residents affected by Hurricane Sandy.
Warner Bros.' employee giving program, Impact, featured on Forbes' Leadership Blog.
Talent from Warner Bros. Pictures, Warner Bros. Television and Telepictures Productions were nominated for NAACP Image Awards.
For the sixth year in a row, Time Warner has earned the top rating of 100 in the 2013 Corporate Equality Index.
Fourteen Warner Bros. executives were included in this annual salute to the women of home entertainment.
Three Warner Bros. executives were honored at The Imagen Foundation’s Most Powerful & Influential Latinos in Entertainment ceremony.