Warner Bros.

Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. creates, produces, markets, distributes, and licenses various forms of entertainment and their related businesses across various media and platforms in the United States and internationally. The company specializes in various entertainment activities, including feature films, television, home entertainment/DVD, animation, product and brand licensing, interactive entertainment, comic books, digital distribution, video games, international cinemas, and broadcasting. It also develops and produces musicals and other stage productions for the studio, and operates an online store.
Type
Subsidiary
Parent Company
Time Warner
HQ
Burbank, US
Founded
1923
Warner Bros. was founded in 1923 and is headquartered in Burbank, US

Key People at Warner Bros.

Kevin Tsujihara

Kevin Tsujihara

Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Thomas Gewecke

Thomas Gewecke

Chief Digital Officer and EVP, Strategy and Business Development
Kim Williams

Kim Williams

Executive Vice President & Chief Financial Officer
Kiko Washington

Kiko Washington

Executive Vice President, Worldwide Human Resources
Dee Dee Myers

Dee Dee Myers

Executive Vice President, Worldwide Corporate Communications and Public Affairs
John Rogovin

John Rogovin

EVP & General Counsel
Nate Constantine

Nate Constantine

Executive Director, Talent Acquisition
Alex Maghen

Alex Maghen

SVP Product & Technology

Warner Bros. Office Locations

Warner Bros. has offices in Burbank, Needham, Montreal, Beverly Hills and in 27 other locations
Burbank, US (HQ)
4000 Warner Blvd
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Warner Bros. Summary

Founding Date

1923
Warner Bros. is a subsidiary of Time Warner

Warner Bros. Job Categories

Warner Bros. Median Salaries

Source: 28 public H-1B filings from Warner Bros.

Traffic Overview of Warner Bros.

Warner Bros. Online and Social Media Presence

Warner Bros. News and Updates

Shadow of War gets a new trailer showing the vast open world of Mordor

Shadow of War is getting a tantalizing new trailer that gives gamers a sense of the scale of the vast open world that publisher Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and developer Monolith Productions are building with the sequel to the big hit Shadow of Mordor. The trailer, released a few weeks ah…

The 'X-Men' franchise doesn't care about continuity – and that's what makes it so good

Spend more than 20 seconds thinking about how any one X-Men movie connects to another, and you'll probably find yourself throwing up your hands in exasperation.  SEE ALSO: Marvel and Fox's 'The Gifted' trailer actually mentions the X-Men, so we're into it Is the Caliban in X-Men: Apocalypse the …

Streaming TV service Pluto TV adds an on-demand video library

 In an effort to be more competitive in the streaming TV market, the ad-supported streaming service Pluto TV announced this morning it will expand its offering of live streaming channels to include a large library of on-demand movies and television shows. Read More

Lego Marvel Super Heroes 2 is flying to Switch, PS4, Xbox One, and PC

Lego is going back to one the biggest franchises in its licensed stable. Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment announced today that Lego Marvel Super Heroes 2 is coming later this year. The open-world game is releasing on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on November 14, while a Switch version is com…

Snapchat rolls out a trio of new ad products using its lenses and geofilters

 In an effort to further differentiate itself from rival Facebook, Snapchat this morning expanded its ad offerings lineup with three new products that take advantage of its already popular lenses and geofilters. The company is debuting a handful of new products, including World Lenses, Audience Lens…

Former Disney leader will guide NBCUniversal into mobile games

EXCLUSIVE: Disney has staged a big retreat from internally built games. And NBCUniversal is going to benefit from that, as it has hired Disney’s former mobile games leader Chris Heatherly to lead a new mobile game and virtual reality publishing group. It’s a recognition that mobile games, which are …
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