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Why Conan O’Brien Isn’t Afraid of Becoming a Digital Brand

From writing episodes of The Simpsons to The Tonight Show fallout with NBC, Conan O'Brien's comedy career has taken various shapes and forms over the past 24 years.

Turner Will Continue Reduced Ad Loads on TNT Next Year, and Could Expand to TBS in 2018

Turner's experiment with reduced ad loads of up to 50 percent on TNT's new drama Animal Kingdom this summer has been so successful that the company is already planning on expanding its scope over the next two years.

How TV Networks Battled Back This Week Against Bold Claims by Digital Companies

"Is television dead?" During Turner's upfront presentation on Wednesday, truTV host Billy Eichner called that a silly question, adding, "It's so stupid. That's more stupid than not giving Samantha Bee The Daily Show."

Turner’s Upfront Features a Drone, a Wolf and a Plea From Samantha Bee

Turner's upfront presentation this morning became the first to feature a drone and a Wolf.

Turner Is Opening a Branded Content Studio With Conan O’Brien’s Team Coco

Turner's upfront presentation will kick off later this morning at The Theater at Madison Square Garden, but the media company, which like NBC, holds one showcase for all of its brands, gave a peek at what it will tell ad buyers.

Turner Heads Into Upfront Bristling With Programming and Ad Sales Innovation

April 4 was a day that Turner president David Levy had been looking forward to "for many, many years," he says. For the first time in television history, his networks TBS, TNT and truTV carried the NCAA Men's Basketball Championship Final.

By Reviving Tales From the Crypt, Turner Is Literally Bringing Shows Back From the Dead

It's been quite a week for fans of 1990s nostalgia. A few days after The CW said it would bring back sketch comedy show MADtv for a prime-time run, TNT became the second network to go to the TV graveyard, quite literally in fact.

How the NBA’s TV Partners Have Cashed In On the Warriors’ Historic Season

It seemed like an easy call for ESPN. Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant playing in the final game of his storied 20-year career in front of the only fan base he's ever called home. "That was a no-brainer to grab and put into our schedule right from the beginning," said Julie Sobieski, vp of programming for ESPN.

Ratings Plummet for NCAA Championship After Its Move to Cable

At the beginning of the 2016 NCAA Tournament, Turner Broadcasting president David Levy claimed the difference between broadcast and cable "is almost nonexistent anymore."

Turner Hopes Investment in Mashable Makes Them Ideal Partners for the Future of TV

For years, the relationship between old and new media resembled that of awkward 13-year-olds at a middle school dance, standing on opposite sides of the gymnasium.