or League Baseball (MLB) through 2021, The National Collegiate Athletic Association (the NCAA) for the Men’s Division I Basketball Tournament through 2024, and the Professional Golfers’ Association (PGA) through 2019. NBA games and PGA tournaments air on the TNT network, and MLB games air on the TBS network. TNT airs the studio program Inside the NBA and, during the 2015-2016 season, would air a new reality competition series, The Dunk King. Turner also operates NBA TV, an advertising-supported cable network owned by the NBA, featuring NBA exhibition, regular season and playoff games and related programming. The NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Tournament games air on the TNT, TBS and truTV networks and on the CBS network under an agreement among Turner, CBS Broadcasting, Inc. and the NCAA. Turner’s networks carried the NCAA Final Four semifinal games in 2015 and, in 2016, Turner’s networkswill carry the NCAA Final Four semifinal games and championship game. After 2016, Turner’s networks and CBS would carry the NCAA Final Four semifinal games and championship game in alternate years. Turner Sports operates Bleacher Report, a online and mobile sports property that provides team-specific sports content and real-time event coverage and provides Turner with cross platform programming and marketing opportunities. For the year ended December 31, 2015, bleacherreport.com reached approximately 37 million average monthly domestic multi-platform visitors. Turner also manages and operates NCAA.com, NCAA March Madness Live, which provides live and on-demand streaming video of games, NBA.com, which provides live streaming of games, and PGA.com. Kids Cartoon Network and Boomerang offer original, acquired and classic animated and live-action entertainment aimed at kids in the U.S. and in international territories. Turner has been focused on significantly expanding its global kids business, increasing its collaboration with Warner Bros. on television programming based on Warner Bros.’ and DC Entertainment’s brands and characters and growing its consumer products business. In 2015, Turner and Warner Bros. announced a strategic partnership to produce and distribute worldwide close to 450 half-hour episodes of original animated programming across the Cartoon Network and Boomerang networks. In February 2016, Boomerang and Warner Bros. announced that Boomerang would be the broadcast partner for DC Super Hero Girls, a consumer product and digital content partnership with Mattel centered on iconic female DC Entertainment characters, such as Supergirl and Wonder Woman. Cartoon Network Cartoon Network offers original and syndicated animated and live-action series and motion pictures for youth and families. As of December 2015, Cartoon Network reached 94.3 million domestic television households as reported by Nielsen. For the 2015-2016 season, Cartoon Network’s original animated series include Warner Bros.’ Be Cool, Scooby Doo! and Teen Titans Go!, as well as Adventure Time, The Amazing World of Gumball, Clarence, Steven Universe, Uncle Grandpa and We Bare Bears. Boomerang Boomerang offers new original content from Warner Bros., as well as classic animated entertainment from the Warner Bros., Hanna-Barbera, MGM and Cartoon Network libraries, such as The Flintstones, The Jetsons, Pink Panther, Tom and Jerry and Yogi Bear. For the 2015-2016 season, Boomerang is offering exclusive new original series, such as Bunnicula, The Tom and Jerry Show and Wabbit from Warner Bros., as well as Inspector Gadget and Mr. Bean. Turner’s kids business is a key part of its international operations, and Cartoon Network is the kid network in various territories outside the U.S., including Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Italy, Mexico, South Africa, Spain and Thailand. Turner’s kids networks outside the U.S. include Cartoon Network, Boomerang and Tooncast in Latin America; BOING, Boomerang, Cartoon Network and Cartoonito in Europe and the Middle East; and Boomerang, Cartoon Network, POGO and Toonami in Asia. News CNN CNN is the original cable television news service. As of December 2015, CNN reached 94.3 million domestic television househo
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