SEC Filings

S-4/A
TIME WARNER INC. filed this Form S-4/A on 03/24/2000
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         BUSINESS RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN AMERICA ONLINE AND TIME WARNER
 
   For several years prior to the announcement of the merger, America Online
and Time Warner have worked together on a number of content and commerce
relationships. These relationships have included:
     
  .   agreements between America Online and Warner Bros. for provision of
      content related to television programs, cross-promotions and for
      collaboration on the movie "You've Got Mail";     
 
  .   agreements between America Online and the Time Inc. magazines, Time,
      Entertainment Weekly, Money and Teen People for availability of
      magazine content and related features on the AOL service;
 
  .   agreements between America Online and New Line Cinema for promotion and
      advertising relating to recently released motion pictures;
 
  .   an agreement between America Online and Warner Bros. and New Line
      Cinema for participation in America Online's shop@AOL; and
 
  .   advertising agreements between MovieFone and Warner Bros. and New Line
      Cinema.
 
   At the time of the announcement of the merger, America Online and Time
Warner also announced the entry into a new interactive services and marketing
agreement providing for various joint marketing, commerce, content and
promotional arrangements. The new arrangements range from content deals such as
the inclusion of InStyle on the AOL service and the inclusion of CNN.com and
Entertaindom.com on various America Online services, to cross-promotions such
as the distribution of disks for the AOL service in Warner Bros. retail stores,
to promotions of Time Warner magazines on the AOL service. Other examples of
the new arrangements include access by AOL members to promotional music clips
from Time Warner music companies and participation in online-offline cross-
promotion of Time Warner movies by AOL MovieFone and Time Warner.
 
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