In one of its largest content deals to date, Hulu Plus has inked an exclusive multiyear pact with WWE to stream all of the company's TV shows and some of its Web series.
WWE is getting its wrestlers back on Saturday mornings, as the company has seen its younger fanbase grow since embracing a family friendly PG rating for all of its shows in 2008.
WWE is closing in on plans to launch its own TV network this year, with company chief Vince McMahon telling analysts on Thursday "I hope next quarter I will be making an announcement" on the channel.
As WWE puts together plans to launch its WWE Network sometime this year, company execs had little to share about the channel at its annual business summit, on the eve of "WrestleMania 28," in Miami.
With YouTube doling out $100 million to content partners to create original programming for the site, many producers who landed that coin are still trying to figure out what to do with their new…
World Wrestling Entertainment has a new ringleader to run its film and scripted TV division.
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