Turner Rewind 2018: Best of… Videos

It’s that time of year again. Cue the holiday music, endless eggnog, and of course, the quintessential holiday specials. We, here at Turner, have our own month-long holiday extravaganza to kick off. So, gather round the yule log and join us, as we take a look back at some of Turner’s best stories, videos, and photos of 2018. Read up on some of your old favs or check out ones you might have missed.

First up… drum roll, please – in no particular order – here are the Best Videos of 2018.


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'Inside Turner:' Sports Talent Relations

In this episode of “Inside Turner,” Turner Sports Vice President of Talent Relations and Special Projects Tara August gives a sneak peek into the 2018 NBA Awards and shares her method behind recruiting all-star talent. Watch here as she shares what makes Turner deliver the best sports experience for fans.


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'Inside Turner:' Turner Podcast Network

The Turner Podcast Network is a collection of more than 50 audio and video podcasts, covering subjects from sports and news to wrap-ups of your favorite Turner shows. In this episode of “Inside Turner,” Tyler Moody, VP & GM – Turner Podcast Network explains which key factors make a successful podcast and lays out his ideal situation for bringing fans content wherever they are. Check it out here.


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'Hello, my name is... Andrew Jackson.'

In this episode of “Hello, My Name Is…,” meet Andrew Jackson, a CNN relocations manager who works with his church to provide health education, services, and supplies to those in need around the world. Go here to learn more about Andrew’s calling to help others.


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'Between 2 Screens:' TNT’s Sarah Aubrey

“Between 2 Screens” is our unique interview series that puts a real-life, honest-to-goodness Turner employee in the host seat with a dream guest. Each episode will feature an executive or top talent from our favorite Turner brands. In this episode, Sarah Aubrey, EVP – TNT Original Programming, discusses finding mentors, navigating change and making work fun. Watch her interview here.


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'Conversations' with Brett Weitz

“Conversations” reveals the stories you’ve never heard from the people you thought you knew. Featuring Turner’s executives and talent, get a glimpse into the journeys of these industry leaders and discover the experiences that helped shape them. In this edition of “Conversations,” Brett Weitz, EVP of Programming – TBS, shares the path to following his passion, including his desire to succeed in the media business on his own, without the help of his father, powerhouse producer Barry Weitz. Go here to see more of his story.


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'Between 2 Screens:' Bobcat Goldthwait of 'Misfits & Monsters'

Comedian Bobcat Goldthwait is the creative genius behind “Misfits & Monsters,” the comedy anthology that debuted on truTV earlier this year, Go here to watch his episode of “Between 2 Screens,” where he chats about how stand-up comedy impacted his directing style.


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'Inside Turner:' Cartoon Network Studios

Ever wonder how Cartoon Network shows get made? In this episode of “Inside Turner,” take a behind-the-scenes tour of Cartoon Network Studios in Burbank, California, where you can see just what goes into the shows we all know and love. And what better tour guide for this adventure than Greg Cipes – the voice of Beast Boy from “Teens Titans Go!”? Check it out here.


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'Hello, my name is... Nia Thompson'

In this episode of “Hello, My Name Is…,” TBS Edit Apprentice Nia Thompson puts on some Cardi B, straps on her boxing gloves, and shows us how she blows off steam after work. Go here to learn more about Nia’s love of kickboxing.


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'Inside Turner:' CNN’s Midterm Elections Coverage

What does it take to cover the wild world of midterm elections? We asked CNN Correspondent Kaylee Hartung to tell us all about it. Hear her firsthand account of life on the campaign trail here.


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'Conversations' with Louise Sams

This episode of “Conversations” features Louise Sams, EVP General Counsel. Sams doesn’t necessarily believe in blindly following a pre-determined career path, which explains why she took a detour from her career at a law firm to join us here at Turner 25 years ago. Her conversation sheds light on her love of Turner and why she feels “change is fun.” Go here to see more of her story.


Be sure to check back each week for a new feature from the past year: 

Week of Dec. 10 - Best Photos of 2018

Week of Dec. 17 - Turner in the News 2018