Time Warner Inc was organized under the laws of Delaware, and was formed on February 4, 2000 in connection with the Company's January 2001 merger with America Online, Inc. It is a media and entertainment company. It operates its business in four segments which includes Turner, Home Box Office, and Warner Bros. Turner, consist of cable networks and digital media properties. Turner owns and operates a portfolio of domestic and international cable television networks and related properties that offer entertainment, sports, kids and news programming on television and digital platforms for consumers around the world. Turner operates more than 180 channels globally. In the U.S., its networks and related properties include TNT, TBS, Adult Swim, truTV, Turner Classic Movies, Turner Sports, Cartoon Network, Boomerang, CNN and HLN. Turner's digital properties include bleacherreport.com and the CNN digital network. Outside the U.S., Turner's portfolio of brands and digital businesses reaches consumers in more than 200 countries. Home Box Office owns and operates multichannel premium pay television services, HBO and Cinemax. Its businesses consist principally of premium pay television services and the HBO NOW streaming service domestically and premium pay, basic tier television and streaming services internationally, as well as home entertainment and content licensing. Warner Bros business consists of the production, distribution and licensing of television programming and feature films and the distribution of home entertainment product in both physical and digital formats, as well as the production and distribution of videogames and consumer product and brand licensing. The Company's businesses compete with other production companies and studios for the services of producers, directors, writers, actors and others and for the acquisition of literary properties. The Company's television networks and premium pay television services compete for programming with other television networks and premium pay television services, local television stations and SVOD and other OTT services, and competition for programming, particularly licensed and sports programming. Its brands include TNT, TBS, Adult Swim, Cartoon Network, CNN, HBO, Cinemax, Warner Bros. and New Line Cinema. The Company's businesses are subject to and affected by laws and regulations of U.S. federal, state and local governmental authorities.