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ices and digital platforms all of the feature films theatrically released in the U.S. each year by these studios during the applicable license period (other than certain animated films and other certain other specified films). Home Box Office also has agreements to license older films with Fox, Universal, Warner Bros., and various other major studios and independent distributors. International Programming A portion of the programming on Home Box Office’s international premium pay and basic tier television services consists of feature films licensed from major studios in the U.S. Home Box Office also has agreements to license older films from various major U.S. studios and other domestic and international independent distributors. In addition to films, the content offerings on these international programming services might feature licensed HBO- and Cinemax-branded television programming, local language original programming, and/or the U.S. television programming produced by other production studios. In 2014, HBO Latin America (Home Box Office’s major joint venture) exhibited and distributed recently-released feature films licensed from four major U.S. studios, HBO- and Cinemax-branded programming and approximately 100 hours of locally-produced Spanish and Portuguese language original programming. Warner Bros. segment This segment is a television and film studio. This segment’s businesses consist principally of the production, distribution, and licensing of television programming and feature films; and the distribution of digital and physical home entertainment products, as well as the production and distribution of videogames and consumer product and brand licensing. In television, Warner Bros. has been the producer of primetime series for the U.S. broadcast networks for 11 of the last 12 television seasons. For the 2014/2015 television season, Warner Bros. is producing approximately 60 television series in the U.S., including approximately 30 series for the U.S. broadcast networks. In addition, Warner Bros. licensed its U.S. programming in approximately 175 countries as of December 31, 2014, and is also focused on expanding its international television production business through its global network of wholly-owned local production companies in 16 international territories. Warner Bros. is focusing on increasing the digital sales and rentals of its film and television content, and provides digital initiatives designed to make digital ownership for consumers, including UltraViolet. As of December 31, 2014, Warner Bros.’ content library consisted of approximately 75,000 hours of programming, including approximately 7,000 feature films and 5,000 television programs comprised various individual episodes. Warner Bros. is focused on improving across all of its businesses the value of its portfolio of major brands and characters. These brands include DC Entertainment’s brands (DC Comics, Vertigo, and MAD Magazine), as well as the Looney Tunes and Hanna-Barbera brands. DC Comics’ characters include such iconic characters as Batman, the Flash, Green Arrow, Superman, and Wonder Woman. Warner Bros.’ other characters include Harry Potter, Bugs Bunny, Scooby-Doo, Tom and Jerry, and various others. Warner Bros. has developed global franchise properties from its portfolio of brands and characters, including film franchises, such as the Batman and Harry Potter series, and The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings trilogies; and it is focused on extending its existing global film franchises and expanding the brands and characters from its film franchises and its major portfolio of brands and characters across all its businesses. During the 2014-2015 television season, 5 series based on DC Entertainment characters (including Arrow, The Flash, and Gotham) are airing on broadcast television, and in 2014 Warner Bros. announced the release of approximately 10 films based on the DC Entertainment universe of characters from 2016 through 2020. In addition, in 2014, Warner Bros. extended its LEGO relationship to feature films with the release of The LEGO Movie, the first of several planned LEGO-branded films, and it release

 

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