As Turner continues to make the transition from a traditional broadcast organization to a consumer-centric, data-driven media company, we are being challenged to re-think our approach to content supply. There is a need
For Search Party, the latest of TBS's new breed of comedies, the network has set out to target the binge-watching crowd by rolling out the entire 10-episode first season over five consecutive nights. With its continuing storyline about a group of 20-something New Yorkers who become involved in the search for a missing woman, Search Party lent itself perfectly to such a condensed rollout.
If you're a Downton Abbey fan like me, you probably spent more than a few episodes longing to see one of the characters – say, Lady Mary, played so brilliantly by Michelle Dockery – finally cut loose from the all the genteel manners and stately etiquette and release the bad girl we always knew was lurking inside.
Turner Chief Technology Officer Jeremy Legg and CNN Digital Technologist and Strategist James Prolizo recently joined a discussion at Mobility Live – where more than 1,000 technologists gathered in Atlanta to explore the key trends impacting the mobile industry across multiple sectors. The event was hosted by GSMA (organizers of Mobile World Congress) and the Metro Atlanta Chamber.
Recently Karen helped launch LITT – Ladies in Technology at Turner – forming the first community at Turner for women in technology created by women in technology. Fresh off this launch and the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing conference we sat down with Karen to ask her about her experience there and share insights into how this impacts her role at Turner.