About us

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A different type
of company

CNNIC in 2018

CNN International Commercial (CNNIC) is the division of Turner International responsible for the business operations of CNN’s properties outside of the United States. 

We're part of the world's most inventive content network and producer of era-defining drama, from the first talking movie in 1927 to the epic Game of Thrones. 

Our mission 

We want to deliver the best creative solutions in the world by finding the stories that matter. Proud of our editorial ethos, we come fresh to each client mission to deliver insight that will empower audiences, brands and broadcasters.   

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Our evolution 

TURNER'S multifaceted portfolio includes TURNER Sports, Bleacher Report, Copa90, women’s lifestyle hub Refinery29, tech culture platform Mashable, and the diverse CNN group – where prestigious channels like CNN Money and CNN Style innovate daily alongside emerging brands such as video channel Great Big Story.    

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Our DNA 

In 1980, we started a media revolution with the launch of CNN and 24-hour news reporting – first on TV, and now everywhere – from messaging apps to our prestigious digital channels, and way beyond. In the 38 years since that pivotal moment we’ve been with audiences minute by minute, and they’ve witnessed us operating with integrity and honesty. 

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Our approach 

Data-driven insight is at the core of all our services but people are the heart of our company. The calculated risks that help get us there first are the reason the world tuned into Ted Turner’s vision, and why CNN’s diverse portfolio of channels secures engagement every day. It’s also why the way we work is inherently different – we’re your analyst, market consultant and entrepreneur in one – committed to unlocking your brand's potential. 

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