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TIME WARNER EMPLOYEES HONORED FOR VOLUNTEER COMMUNITY SERVICE

 TIME WARNER EMPLOYEES HONORED FOR VOLUNTEER COMMUNITY SERVICE
 NEW YORK, June 17 /PRNewswire/ -- Time Warner Inc. (NYSE: TWX), the world's leading media and entertainment company, has selected 13 of its employees as winners of the 11th annual Andrew Heiskell Community Service Awards for "exceptional contributions to public service, equal opportunity and human rights" in their workplaces and communities.
 At a luncheon today hosted by Time Warner Vice Chairman Martin D. Payson, each winner was presented with an emblematic scroll, a $2,000 contribution to charities or community groups of their choice and a $1,000 personal check. The winners' community service activities range from combating illiteracy, lobbying for canine companion legislation, helping AIDS patients, rescuing accident victims, preventing child abuse, helping hospitalized children, supporting victims of domestic violence and those who have suffered the loss of a child, fighting for the rights of animals and helping the handicapped.
 In announcing the 1992 winners, Time Warner President and Co-CEO Gerald M. Levin said: "We are a company that believes there is a moral content and a social purpose to what we do. The Heiskell Award winners are eloquent embodiments of that belief. Their concern, in compassion and commitment are a powerful reminder of our ability, as individuals and as a company, to make a difference in the world. We are proud to honor them."
 The 1992 winners, chosen from among the company's 41,600 employees worldwide, are:
 -- Brian Armstrong, field technician for Manhattan Cable TV in New York City.
 -- Pamela Brash, ad sales representative for Sports Illustrated in Chicago, Ill.
 -- Leisa Marthaler, office manager for Time magazine in Chicago, Ill.
 -- Marilyn Hemenway Downs, reprints and licensing coordinator for Money magazine in New York City.
 -- Nancy J. George, customer service representative for Warner Cable in Columbus, Ohio.
 -- Dawn Hernandez, administrative assistant for Warner Bros. Records in New York City.
 -- Debra Langford, vice president of current programs for Warner Bros. Television in Burbank, Calif.
 -- Laura Lent, writer/producer for Warner Bros. Corp. Marketing and Advertising Services in Burbank, Calif.
 -- Thomas Lincoln, executive editor, Little, Brown and Company in Boston, Mass.
 -- Andrea Miller, director of affiliate operations for Home Box Office, Inc. in Atlanta, Georgia.
 -- Marc Ratner, vice president of promotion for Reprise Records in Burbank, Calif.
 -- Raymond Ripper, senior art director for TimeLife Libraries in Alexandria, Va.
 -- Judith Ryan, copy coordinator for Money magazine in New York City.
 Manhattan Cable TV, Sports Illustrated, Time, Money Warner Cable, Warner Bros. Records, Little, Brown and Company, Home Box Office, and TimeLife Libraries are all subsidiaries of Time Warner Inc.
 The Andrew Heiskell Community Service Awards are named for retired Time Inc. Chairman Andrew Heiskell, who compiled a record of distinguished leadership in community affairs during his 43-year Time Inc. career.
 Time Warner Inc. is the world's leading media and entertainment company, with interests in magazine and book publishing, recorded music and music publishing, filmed entertainment, cable television and cable television programming.
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