The Warner Bros. Television Group oversees all of Warner Bros. television businesses. WBTVG produces primetime and cable, first-run syndication, and animated programming.
WBTVG is an innovative leader in developing new business models for the evolving television, such as ad-supported video-on-demand, broadband, and wireless. They also have digital distribution agreements with all of the broadcast networks.
WBTVG procprovides original shortform programming for the broadband and wireless marketplace.
The final component is broadcasting The CW Television Network, launched in 2006. This is in partnership with CBS, and is targeted to the 18 - 34 audience.
Some primetime shows produced by WBTVG are: Two and a Half Men, The Big Bang Theory, The Vampire Diaries, The Mentalist, The Voice, The Bachelor, and many more. A first-run sysyndicated program produced by the company is The Ellen Degeneres Show. We certainly can't leave out the animated show that Warner Bros. is most known for: The Looney Tunes Show.
WBTVG is just a small division of Warner Bros. Entertainment.
Founded in 2009, Warner Bros. International Television Production aims to establish or acquire production companies in major television territories worldwide.
Internationally, the Studio is one of the world's largest distributors of feature films, television programs, and animation to the worldwide television marketplace, licensing over 61,000 hrs. of television programming, including more than 6500 feature films and over 50 current series, dubbed or subtitled in more than 40 languages, to telecasters and cable casters in more than 175 countries.