And The Award Goes To: Time Warner

A Selection of Awards and Honors

Time Warner is using its many awards to present a positive light on their company and its accomplishments. These awards are listed on the Fact Sheet page of the website so that the publics reached online will understand the success of Time Warner as a whole. The list of awards are from 2007-2008; Time Warner has won a far more extensive list of awards in the last ten years.

59th Emmy® Awards, September 2008: Time Warner companies won 35 Primetime and Creative Arts Emmy Awards, including twenty six for HBO, five for Warner Bros. Television and four for Turner Broadcasting. Additionally, with 13 Emmy wins, John Adams broke the record for most Emmys won by any program in a single year.

35th Annual Creative Daytime Emmys, June 2008: Warner Bros. Television won seven awards, including four for the The Ellen DeGeneres Show.

The Foundation of American Women in Radio and Television Gracie Allen Awards®, May 2008: Time Warner Inc. companies received ten awards.

29th Annual Sports Emmy Awards, April 2008: Time Warner won twelve awards, including eight for HBO and four for Turner Broadcasting.

67th Annual Peabody Awards, April 2008: HBO won two awards and Turner Broadcasting’s CNN won one.

2008 AdweekMedia Hot List, March 2008: Time Inc.’s People.com was named AdweekMedia’s Web Site of the Year. Real Simple ranked second on Adweek‘s “Top Ten” list, while All You was number six on its “Top Ten Under Fifty” (magazines with annual revenue under $50 million) list.

GLAAD Media Awards, March 2008: Time Warner companies received three awards; two for CNN and one for People en Español.

National Headliner Awards, March 2008: Time Inc. and Turner Broadcasting won a combined total of seventeen awards.

Second Annual MPA Digital Awards, March 2008: Time Inc. won a total of eight awards, include Website of the Year honors in their respective categories for TIME.com, People.com and SI.com.

80th Annual Academy Awards, February 2008: Time Warner companies received a total of six Oscars®, including two each for Picturehouse and HBO and one each for Warner Bros. and New Line Cinema.

AWRT Gracie Allen Awards, February 2008: Time Warner companies received ten awards, including seven for Turner Broadcasting, two for HBO and one for Warner Bros.

39th NAACP Image Awards, February 2008: HBO and TBS each received three awards, while Warner Bros. Entertainment received one.

14th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, January 2008: HBO won five awards, including three for The Sopranos, one for As You Like It and one for Life Support.

65th Golden Globe® Awards, January 2008: Time Warner companies won 9 awards. HBO received six, Warner Bros. won two, and Picturehouse received one.

People’s Choice Awards, January 2008: Warner Bros. Television received four awards, including Favorite TV Comedy (Two and a Half Men), Favorite New TV Drama (Moonlight), Favorite Talk Show Host (Ellen DeGeneres) and Favorite Movie Drama (Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix). New Line won Favorite Song From a Soundtrack (“You Can’t Stop the Beat” from Hairspray).

Producers Guild of America Awards, January 2008: HBO received two awards, one for Producer of the Year in Long-Form Television (Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee) and one for Producer of the Year in Episodic Television – Drama (The Sopranos). Warner Bros. President and COO Alan Horn was honored with the guild’s Milestone Award.

59th Technology & Engineering Emmy® Awards, January 2008: CNN was honored for developing an unrivaled portable kit that enables journalists to report, edit and produce news packages from nearly anywhere on the globe.

International Broadcasting Conference’s 2007 Innovation Awards, September 2007: CNN won two awards, one for Content Creation and a Judges’ Prize for Top Innovation.

Working Mother’s 2007 100 Best Companies, September 2007: Turner Broadcasting System, Inc. was a 2007 Best Company Winner.

The 33rd Humanitas Prize, June 2007: Awards were given to HBO Films for Longford and to Warner Bros. Television for the The New Adventures of Old Christine.

Diversity Inc.’s Top 50 Companies for Diversity, June 2007: Turner Broadcasting System, Inc. placed twenty-first on the list.

 

All information found here:

http://www.timewarner.com/corp/aboutus/fact_sheet.html

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