The Business Insider looks at the WWE Network

The Business Insider has covered WWE’s latest attempt to get more WWE Network subscribers by offering another free week trial with no credit card required for sign up.

The Insider says that things are “looking grim” for the company and its “money-losing streaming video service,” is far off from the 1,400,000 subscribers it need to make the Network profitable.

The story also looks at how WWE is cutting costs across to board to make up for the projected $35 million to $45 million the company is projected to lose this year from lost PPV revenue.

The piece is not really good advertising and showcases WWE’s struggle to make their Network work financially. WWE will be rolling out the service to select countries worldwide at the end of this year.

The story can be read here.

Colin Vassallohttps://www.wrestling-online.com
Colin Vassallo has been editor of Wrestling-Online since 1996. He is born and raised in Malta, follows professional wrestling and MMA, loves to travel, and is a big Apple fan!


Ladder match for WarGames advantage headlines NXT on USA tonight

With Takeover: WarGames on the horizon, NXT will continue the road to their next WWE Network special following an...

Friends and co-workers pay tribute to Impact’s Bob Ryder

Friends and former co-workers paid tribute to Bob Ryder, the long-time Impact Wrestling employee and pioneer for wrestling websites...

Shane Helms back in producer role with WWE after seven-month furlough

Shane Helms, who was furloughed by WWE back in April, has returned to his producer role this week, ending...

- Advertisement -

Stories you might also likeRELATED
Recommended to you