Blog Category : #TurnerLife

Meet Steadicam Operator Melina Savage

Our Get to Know Turner series goes around the world and behind the scenes with our employees, brands and shows to showcase why we believe Turner is such a great place to work. 

Girls Who Code @Turner

In Atlanta, Turner is rolling out the red carpet for 20 ambitious high school students ready to lead the next generation of innovation and technology. As a proud sponsor and partner, we’ve teamed up with Girls Who Code (GWC) for their flagship Summer Immers

Our new diversity Microsite

Diversity and inclusion at Turner are not just shared values or ideals – they’re essential to how we work, create and perform as a business. To engage with diverse fans throughout the world, we must become an authentic reflection of who they are, with a culture where different backgrounds and experience are sought after to fuel breakthrough ideas on and off the screen.

Get to Know Turner: Turner Sports

Filmed all over the country, our Get to Know Turner (#GTKTurner) series goes behind the scenes with our employees, brands and shows to uncover what makes Turner such a great place to work.

“We are not only re-imagining TV, we are re-imagining HR”

As executive vice president and global chief human resources officer, Angela Santone is re-imagining our corporate responsibility, culture and engagement, diversity and inclusion, learning and recruiting efforts. As the media landscape shifts, Santone is focused on evolving a consistent internal culture across Turner’s diverse portfolio of global entertainment, news and digital brands, while also recruiting, developing and retaining top talent.

Turner Employees Making a Difference

In 1998, Turner launched its first Turner Volunteer Day, a commitment to give employees globally an opportunity to give back and lend a helping hand to their local communities.

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