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  • How did Turner Broadcasting System go defunct?

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    • Duos in a buck wrote: How did Turner Broadcasting System go defunct?

      Business decisions from WarnerMedia. Their assets still exist and the company is now in-name only. Keep in mind CNN, TNT, TBS, and Turner Classic Movies are still exist. WarnerMedia just distributed them to where they are more appropriate. This is a good thing.

      Cartoon Network now under Warner Bros. is a good thing. Hopefully they are able to change the programming schedules now to more diverse content.

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    • Orange Mo wrote:

      Duos in a buck wrote: How did Turner Broadcasting System go defunct?

      Business decisions from WarnerMedia. Their assets still exist and the company is now in-name only. Keep in mind CNN, TNT, TBS, and Turner Classic Movies are still exist. WarnerMedia just distributed them to where they are more appropriate. This is a good thing.

      Cartoon Network now under Warner Bros. is a good thing. Hopefully they are able to change the programming schedules now to more diverse content.

      Wow. I think that is a good thing because Turner ruined pre-1948 shorts by vandalizing the ending cards. And since CN is now owned by WB, I think that is something nice to hear. Thanks for the info!

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    • Duos in a buck wrote:

      Orange Mo wrote:

      Duos in a buck wrote: How did Turner Broadcasting System go defunct?

      Business decisions from WarnerMedia. Their assets still exist and the company is now in-name only. Keep in mind CNN, TNT, TBS, and Turner Classic Movies are still exist. WarnerMedia just distributed them to where they are more appropriate. This is a good thing.

      Cartoon Network now under Warner Bros. is a good thing. Hopefully they are able to change the programming schedules now to more diverse content.

      Wow. I think that is a good thing because Turner ruined pre-1948 shorts by vandalizing the ending cards. And since CN is now owned by WB, I think that is something nice to hear. Thanks for the info!

      It's not about the Turner "dubbed" prints. Those are staying in syndication even though Turner is now in-name only. This is a new good thing because the programming schedule for Cartoon Network might be changed up a little bit. I hope the Looney Tunes Cartoons in 2019 air on Cartoon Network for the entire run. Cartoon Network is more popular than Boomerang because it is included in every cable subscription. Moving most the Warner Bros. Animation series to Boomerang in 2017 was a poor choice that led to even less viewers and loss of revenue for WarnerMedia. That was a terrible business decision by Turner. If Cartoon Network can rediversify their programming with less Steven Universe and Teen Titans Go! (WBA show), I'm sure they can get their audience back.

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