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 bus...iness in four segments which includes Turner, Home Box Office, Warner Bros and Time Inc. Turner, consist of cable networks and digital media properties. Turner’s businesses consist of the domestic and international cable networks owned by Turner Broadcasting System, Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Company, and digital media properties (primarily websites) that are managed and/or operated by Turner. Turner also owns free-to-air networks in international regions. Turner’s businesses compete with basic cable and broadcast networks in the U.S. and pay television and f...ree-to-air networks in international regions for distribution and marketing by affiliates. Home Box Office consist of premium pay television services domestically and premium pay and basic tier television services internationally. Home Box Office’s premium pay television services compete with widely-distributed basic cable networks, broadcast networks and other premium pay television services for distribution and marketing by affiliates. Warner Bros. businesses produce and distribute feature films, television programming, videogames and other programming; distribute home video product; and license rights to the Company’s feature films, television programming and characters. All of these businesses are principally conducted by various subsidiaries and affiliates of Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Company. These businesses compete for consumers’ entertainment and leisure time and spending with each other, as well as with other forms of entertainment, including Internet streaming and downloading, websites providing social networking and user-generated content, videogames and other online activities, sports, print media, pirated content, live events and radio broadcasts. Time Inc consist of magazine publishing and related websites and operations. Time Inc. also operates websites, of which share brands with its magazines, as well as an integrated publishing business that provides content marketing, targeted local print and digital advertising programs, branded book publishing and marketing and support services to Time Inc. and/or third-party clients, including other magazine publishers. Time Inc. competes with other magazine publishers and other forms of media, including websites, digital magazines and mobile apps, for market share and the time and attention of consumers. Time Inc. also competes with numerous other magazine and website publishers and other media for advertising and for circulation and audience. The Company’s businesses are subject to and affected by laws and regulations of U.S. federal, state and local governmental authorities.