For other related logos and images, see:
- 1 Warner Bros-Seven Arts Network
- 2 Warner Bros. Network (first era)
- 3 Lorimar Network (first era)
- 4 Lorimar-Telepictures Network
- 5 Lorimar Network (second era)
- 6 Warner Bros. Network (second era)
- 7 Warner Bros. Channel
- 8 Warner Bros. Television Network
- 9 Warner Channel
- 10 The WB (first era)
- 11 WB Network
- 12 The WB (second era)
Warner Bros-Seven Arts Network
1968-1970, 1969-1971 (Italy)
The Warner Channel, normally known as Warner, is an American major commercial broadcasting television network. Created in 1968 as part of Warner Bros. Pictures. Warner Channel is owned by Time Warner and is part of Turner Broadcasting System.
Warner Bros. Network (first era)
1970-1972, 1971-1972 (Italy)
1972, 1972-1973 (Italy)
1972-1978, 1973-present (Italy)
Lorimar Network (first era)
Lorimar Network (second era)
Warner Bros. Network (second era)
Warner Bros. Channel
Warner Bros. Television Network
After 42 years of broadcasting in United States only, WBTV started airing in other countries and became an alternative to Warner Channel in countries including Spain, France, Sweden, Hungary, Romania, Russia, Poland, Italy, Australia, Turkey, Lithuania, Estonia, Latvia, Norway, Denmark, Canada and South Africa.
It's sister channel/equivalent Warner Channel is available in Asia and Latin America.
The WB (first era)
After The WB was replaced with The CW on terrestrial television and revived in 2008 as online website, The WB became a cable television network purchased by Crystal Holdings (now Polar Night Inc) and Warner Bros. Entertainment and Tribune Media.
Crystal sold 25% stake of this channel to SLN! media group and renamed as WB Network. On March 1, 2017, WB Network was acquired by DuMontGoogle.
The WB (second era)
On April 1, 2017, WB Network and Warner Channel are merged as new The WB Television Network.