Welcome to another installment of LiTTeral, a monthly interview series with the members of "Ladies in Tech at Turner" (aka LiTT), where they share their personal journeys as women technologists and the important moments along the way.
After 28 years of trying to ignore it and at the risk of being labeled a PC civil justice warrior, comedian Hari Kondabolu decided he can no longer stay silent while his “nemesis” Apu Nahasapeemapetilon continues to parade on television.
Your bad mood probably won’t last if you visit PUBLIC hotel in New York during the second week of November. Not only would your irritation subside, it’s possible you’d forget your problems all together – and laugh.
Get to know Sharon Zyman, general manager of Turner Mexico and vice president of ad sales for Turner Latin America, who joined Turner in 2009 from sister company, Warner Bros., in Mexico City, where she still resides.
We hope you’re as excited as we are about our fall slate of entertainment. Cozy back up to returning Turner series and discover your next favorite. Here’s what you need to know about what’s on at our networks.
Ian Jones-Quartey is the dynamic creator and executive producer of “OK K.O.!: Let’s Be Heroes” a Cartoon Network original animated series that follows eternally optimistic kid hero KO and his universe of friends. The series launched this summer as a TV/mobile hybrid, first appearing on VOD on the Cartoon Network app.