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.

"Ladies in Tech at Turner:" Blazing a Trail Forward

Earlier this month, more than 120 women gathered at the Techwood campus in Atlanta and our Global Headquarters in New York City to participate in a newly formed organization - Ladies in Tech at Turner or “LiTT.” Spearheaded by Maigh Houlihan and Melissa Koehler, two of Turner’s leading tech community evangelists, the main goal of LiTT is to create a community for women technologists, driven and supported by women technologists.

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