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Turner repositions licensing division

Turner Broadcasting has extended the remit of its licensing division to include adult brands, digital and DVD.
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Turner Broadcasting has revealed a major repositioning of the licensing arm of its business across EMEA, renaming the department Turner Enterprises.

The move relfects the expansion of Turner Enterprise's remit, to include Turner Broadcasting's adult entertainment brands, CNN, Adult Swim and Turner Classic Movies. These will sit alongside its existing successful kids' portfolio, including Cartoon Network, Boomerang and Cartoonito.

Read the full story on our sister site, Licensing.biz.

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