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Time Warner is a media conglomerate. Many of its corporations have had associations with Muppet or Henson productions.
- Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. runs various companies, including the following:
- Warner Bros. Pictures, which released Follow That Bird, The Witches, and Where the Wild Things Are.
- New Line Cinema, whose credits include The Adventures of Pinocchio and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
- DC Comics, which has many Muppet connections and has made numerous Muppet mentions
- Warner Bros. Television, which produced and sponsored the 1990 program The Earth Day Special.
- Warner Home Video, which released Follow That Bird, The Witches, Big Bag, and, since 2010, Sesame Street on video.
- Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, which released and published Sesame Street video games since 2010.
Through its Home Box Office and Turner Broadcasting System divisions, Time Warner owns broadcast and cable television stations. While some have since been sold, they have over the years included the following:
- Cartoon Network, which co-produced and broadcast Big Bag
- CNN, which had Muppets as guests on various programs.
- HBO, which broadcast Fraggle Rock, Emmet Otter's Jug-Band Christmas, The Tale of the Bunny Picnic, and The Ghost of Faffner Hall.
- POGO, a station in India that airs Galli Galli Sim Sim.
- TBS, which aired Late Night Buffet with Augie and Del and Puppet Up! - Uncensored (and its spin-off web series).
- Turner Classic Movies, which had Kermit as a guest programmer in 2007.
- TNT, which showed repeats of various series.
- The WB (now merged with UPN as The CW), which broadcast Brats of the Lost Nebula.
- Time Inc., its former magazine division (spun into its own company in 2014), includes publications such as TIME, People, and Sports Illustrated.
- Warner Bros. Records, owned by Time Warner until 2004, released four singles and two albums of Sesame Street music.