Where is HBO Corporate office Headquarters

HBO Headquarters Address and Contact

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  • Address: 120 E 23rd St A, New York, NY 10010, USA
  • Phone Number: +1 212-512-7800
  • Fax Number: N/A
  • Email: hboclosedcaptions@hbo.com
  • Number of Employees: N/A
  • Established: November 8, 1972
  • Founder: Charles Dolan
  • Key People: John K. Billock

HBO Headquarters Location & Directions

HBO Headquarters Executive Team



John K. Billock

President, HBO U.S. Group

Casey Bloys

President, Programming

Amy Gravitt

Co-EVP, Programming

Francesca Orsi

Co-EVP, Programming

Nina Rosenstein

Co-EVP, Programming

Amy Hodge

VP, Original Programming

About HBO, History and Headquarters Information


HBO was founded in the year 1972. The company has been operational for 46 years now. The founder of the company was Charles Dolan. The founder of the company devised a system of underground cables, in order to deliver to tourist information that is totally closed circuit, to hotels in the New York Metro area. In the year 1973, Time Warner had purchased a 20 per cent stake in the company. Slowly and steadily, the company had become one of the largest and also the best-known pay on demand cables channels in the world.

In the year 1975, HBO was the first television channel to operate on a 24x7 basis, via a satellite system. By the year 1980, almost all cable providers in the 50 odd states of the USA, started to air the channel as well. During the 1990s, the channel showed great success and response from the viewers, due to various shows like 'Tales from the Crypt' and also 'The Larry Sanders Show' as well. The company added more new shows as well, namely - The Sopranos, A Song of Fire and Ice, Game Thrones and also True Detective as well. The company also started to provide 24-hour multiplex channels that will only air shows and movies continuously. This added with the other channel releases as well such as HBO Comedy, HBO Signature, HBO Family and also HBO Latino. In the year 2015, the company launched its streaming platform, known as HBO Now. By the year 2017, the platform had almost 2 million subscribers, in the USA. It also plans to launch a service similar to that Netflix in the year 2019 too. The headquarters of the company is based in 1100 Avenue of the Americas G5-9D. The name of the place is New York, while the name of the state is New York, USA. The pin code of the area is 10036.


HBO is an American television company that focuses on providing 24-hour premium TV shoes and services to its customers. As of the year 2016, the company has over 130 million subscribers, all over the world. The current CEO of the company is Richard R Pepler. As of the year 2016, the total revenue generated by the company is more than $5.89 billion. The company broadcasts its shows in both 480i and 1080i resolutions.


The primary services provided by the company include allowing customers to enjoy various kinds of television shows, soaps, operas, movies, etcetera, broadcasted by the company, via cable television, or via its online streaming platforms like HBO Now and HBO Go.

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  • Frances Bigg says:

    Does Kim Neininger still work for HBO

  • Teresa Williamson says:

    We need a season three of Gentlemen Jack and possible four. There is so much left to tell and resolve. It is not fair that you cut the viewers off from a show without an ending. Please find a backer or let them produce and give the viewers an ending. We deserve that.

  • Fred Dickey says:

    Why does HBO Spanish channel not have English CC

  • David Perry says:

    Getting Direct Tv to cancel my HBOMAX after cancelling my Direct TV service is impossible . I will call HBO directly

  • dave says:

    why does HBO clip top, bottom and sides of the movies they show. that is a bunch of BS

  • Arlen Zacks says:

    The last Show of Curb was disgusting. To poke fun of the holocaust was totally inappropriate. I believe an apology from the producers of Curb should be made immediately.

  • Sim Hoins says:

    The last Larry David attempting humor from holocaust remembrance was vile. He and HBO can be ashamed.

  • Mark Conner says:

    I’ll be waiting to see if HBO and Simon plow any of their earnings from “We Own This City” back into helping folks in Baltimore. If they don’t, this is nothing other than another monetization of the real life stories of heartbreak among Baltimore’s poor. And I will not be complicit in this sin by watching any of this hood-porn, just as I have never watched The Wire. Just how much “consciousness raising” do we need before it actually makes even a small difference in Baltimore? Cuz it ain’t done jack, so far.

    And before anyone says “But it puts people to work” or “It makes people aware of the issues”, I have this to say: To what end? The same thing was said about Homicide, The Corner, Treme, and The Wire, and where are we? Children still dying in the streets, that’s where, and now, even more of them.

    And before anyone says “Simon did give back” or “Wire cast members did give back”, I can tell you factually and QED that they did not. Sohn’s non-profit raised hundreds of thousands of dollars (possibly more than a million, I attended her first fundraiser and donated) but the organization, Re-Wired, never did anything with it. In fact, after two years, the IRS came knocking, asking why they hadn’t funded any programs. Then they had to re-invent themselves and then they folded. You’ll find that their website, rewiredforchange.org, is defunct. Has been for years. Similarly, Simon started a non-profit called The Miss Ella Fund. They raised millions in donations (more than $6,000 of which was my donation) but never gave out a nickel. Eventually Simon called it quits and turned it over to Parks & People, where I assume the money was used for murals and tree plantings. All of this is why I’m keeping a close eye on Simon, HBO, and anybody else that gets rich once again by ripping off and selling the stories of Baltimore’s destitute.

    As I have all along, I’m calling bullshit, and I’m calling out David Simon and HBO to do something with their millions to help folks, not to rip off their life stories. And before anyone says “How do you know they haven’t?”, feel free to contact me at rennockram@cs.com or 419-218-9104 and I’ll tell you all the details about how I know this factually and first-hand.

    F*ck David Simon and f*ck HBO for stealing from the poor to give to the rich.

  • M eye says:

    I have a idea for a after hours series. Amish soft porn. I have a catchy title.

  • Paula Garcia says:

    You all advertise this but I can find the movies already on Dvd’s. What’s the problem?
    The channel also airs weekly premieres of recent theatrical or new HBO original movies, marketed as the “HBO Movie Premiere”, on most Saturday nights (usually at 8:00 p.m. Eastern Time).

  • Rebecca Howland says:

    How do I speak to someone about the customer service at HBO? I’ve been getting the runaround since last week (4 phone calls, an hour+ chat session, and an email). Finally got a good CS rep today that solved the problem, but at this point feel it’s a matter of principal that some sort of supervisor speak with me. Was told throughout my past correspondences that “someone would get back to me” and no one has. Is it common for your team to ignore people? I’d like to blame the pandemic for slow response time, but at this point I’m feeling completely ignored. Have never experienced this before in my life….

  • Mary L Molina says:

    I wish to comment that the generous office of free HBO because of this coronavirus pandemic is so very appreciated. THANK YOU. However, my local cable company WILL NOT ALLOW THIS – and IS INSISTING THAT I PAY FULL CHARGES AS ALWAYS TO RECEIVE HBO. Please help me.

  • Brian Kelly says:

    ive had cable from the beginning . as os this time tomorrow im turning it off. the poor choice of programming. The queer friendly shows. I have a pree teen child staying with us. Its un approprate.
    youre missing youre target group . 95 % of America isnt queer. it wont matter after noon. with the choice
    redoing classic shows & movies & the re runs. Im going to hang up an aerial & hope for the best. Feel free
    to contact me. form letters arnt welcom

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