Warner Bros (WB) Entertainment, Inc., formerly called Warner Brothers Pictures, Inc is an American entertainment conglomerate founded in 1923 and especially known for its film studio. In 1990 it became a subsidiary of Time Warner Inc. Warner Brothers’ headquarters are in Burbank, California.
Warner Bros was a pioneer of films with synchronized sound In 1925, at Sam’s urging, Warner’s agreed to add this feature to their productions By February 1926, the studio reported a net loss of $333,413.
WB Entertainment operates nine primary business segments they call “divisions”: Motion Pictures, Home Entertainment, Television, Global Kids & Young Adults, Warner Bros.
Global Brands and Experiences, Digital Networks, Technology, Live Theatre and Studio Facilities. Motion Pictures includes the company’s primary business units, such as WB Entertainment.