Adler Stepping Down as Time Warner Communications Chief
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Adler Stepping Down as Time Warner Communications Chief

Edward Adler, longtime executive vice president of corporate communications at Time Warner, will leave the company after a transition period.

Paul Holmes

NEW YORK—Edward Adler, longtime executive vice president of corporate communications at Time Warner, will leave the company after a transition period.


In his current position, 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. Adler also supervises the interaction and coordination of the communications functions of Time Warner and its operating divisions, working closely with the chief communications officers of Time Warner’s business units. He also is responsible for overseeing the company’s program of branded public events and activities at its world headquarters in Time Warner Center.

Before assuming his current position, Adler was Time Warner’s senior vice president, corporate communications since 2000. He previously served as vice president, corporate communications since 1997.

 

Adler began his career at Time Inc. while still in college, and worked as a reporter at Time magazine, a programming executive at Home Box Office and a news editor in Time Inc.’s magazine development area before moving to corporate communications for the company.

According  to Jeff Bewkes, chairman and chief executive officer of Time Warner: “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.”

 

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