| Turnerbrick |
Turner Broadcasting Systembrick
|Reality||Turner Broadcasting System|
|Relations and opinions|
|Friends||WarnerMediaball (father), CNNball (son), Cartoon Networkcubes (The C part is his son, the N part is his daughter), AT&Tball|
|Dislikes||Lack of TV Shows|
Turner Broadcasting Systembrick is an American media conglomerate that is a division of WarnerMediaball and manages the collection of cable television networks and properties initiated or acquired by Ted Turner. The company was founded in 1970, and merged with Time Warnerball on October 10, 1996. It now operates as a semi-autonomous unit of WarnerMediaball. The company's assets include CNNball, HLNbrick, TBSrhombus, TNTball, Cartoon Networkcubes, Adult Swimball, Boomerangcube and TruTVball.
The company's current chairman and CEO is John K. Martin. The headquarters of Turnerbrick's properties are located in both the CNN Center in Downtown Atlanta and the Turner Broadcasting campus off Techwood Drive in Midtown Atlanta, which also houses Turner Studiosball. Across Interstate 75/85 from the Techwood campus is the original home of Turnerbrick's WTBS superstation (now separated into its TBSrhombus cable network and Peachtree TVsign), which today houses the headquarters of Adult Swimball and Williams Street Productionsball.