Edward Adler to Leave Time Warner Inc.
February 12, 2010 01:47 PM Eastern Time
NEW YORK--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--Time Warner Inc. (NYSE:TWX) today announced that Edward
Adler, Executive Vice President, Corporate Communications, will leave the company after a transition period.
“Ed has made an enormous contribution to the evolution of Time Warner over the course of his career, expertly
guiding our communications efforts through some of the company’s most momentous changes,” said Jeff Bewkes,
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Time Warner. “Ed’s strategic initiatives supported last year’s
reconfiguration of the company and built our momentum as we move forward focused on Time Warner’s great
strengths. It was only because we are now on such solid ground that, after discussing it with him, I reluctantly
accepted Ed’s decision to look for new opportunities to apply his talents and capabilities. We all wish him the very
best in the next phase of his career, and I personally appreciate his willingness to stay on for a transition.”
Mr. Adler said: “I have spent my entire career at Time Warner and, with the company on very solid footing under
Jeff’s leadership, I felt this was the right moment to finally make the change I had wanted to make for some time. I
am grateful to Jeff and to all the other exceptional colleagues and friends I’ve worked with over the course of a
career filled with variety and challenge. It has been my privilege to lead a terrific team of communications
professionals, and I know they will continue to serve the company well. I will always have a special connection to
Time Warner, and I have enormous confidence in its future.”
In his current position, Mr. Adler oversees all aspects of the development and implementation of Time Warner's
corporate communications strategy, including media relations, as well as internal and external communications. Mr.
Adler also supervises the interaction and coordination of the communications functions of Time Warner and its