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.

Turner's VP of Strategic Products on Navigating Times of Change

Recently, Quincy Johnson was featured on a panel at the NAMIC Conference in New York City entitled “Negotiating the Career High Beam in Times of Change.” The panel took place during the cable industry’s annual “Diversity Week.” We asked Quincy to share key parts of the discussion.

From the Chairman's Desk: Remarks from the 2016 NAMIC Conference in New York

Our CEO and Chairman John Martin co-chaired and delivered the keynote address at the NAMIC Conference. In addition, he co-chaired and presented the honorees at The Kaitz Foundation dinner, which occurs at the end of “Diversity Week” and produces significant funding and support to build opportunities for minority communities. Read his remarks from the NAMIC conference.

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