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World Wrestling Entertainment:

WWE Is A Portfolio Of Different Businesses They Create New Content 52 Weeks A Year To A Global Audience While Also Having A 24-Hour Seven-Day-A-Week Streaming Network. WWE Generate Cash Flow From Television Programming, Pay-Per-View, Digital Media And Publishing Platforms. WWE Is A Global Conglomerate Being Translated In 20 Different Languages And Reaching 180 Different Countries Around The World With 1 Billion Social Media Followers. 


 Their Media Segment Monetizes Content Across A Multitude Of Platforms Including The WWE Network, Pay Television, Digital And Social Media, And Filmed Entertainment. Launched February 24Th 2014 WWE Introduced WWE Network The First Ever 24-Hour Seven-Day-A-Week Direct-To-Consumer Network. For $9.99 A Month Subscribers Get All Pay-Per-View Events Including Wrestlemania, Original Programming, Reality Shows, Documentaries And Over 11,000 Hours Of Video On Demand Content. There’s Also A Free Version Of WWE Network Which Has Over 15,000 Action-Packed WWE Titles. During The Third Quarter Of 2020 WWE Network Averaged 1.6 Million Paid Subscribers.

Live Events:

With Over 450 Live Events A Year Worldwide And Over 300 Superstars Under Contract. Wwe Is Live More Than Every Night, Each Superstar Is An Independent Contract Whose Compensation Is Tied To The Revenue They Generate The Company The More Revenue A Superstar Generates For WWE The More Money The Superstar Is Compensated. 

Licensing :

Through Their Licensing Deals They’re In A Diverse Array Of Categories Including Toys, Video Games, Apparel, Housewares, Collectibles, Sporting Goods, And Books. They Have Over A Hundred And Fifty Licensees In More Than A Hundred Different Categories Worldwide From Walmart To Amazon To Hot Topic. WWE Is Nearly A Billion Dollar Retail Brand Annually. WWE Books Has Placed 25 Titles Since 1999 On The New York Times Bestseller List. Through Their Music Department They Have Partnerships With Acdc, The Weekend, Pitbull, Kid Rock, Imagine Dragons, Metallica, And More They Release Music Worldwide On Digital Stores And Streaming Platforms They’re Also Producing Different Superstars Albums As They Did In Movies With WWE Studio. 

WWE Studios:

Formed In 2002 The Studio Has Released A Numerous Amount Of Films Their Most Popular Film Today Was The 2013 Release The Call Starring Halle Berry And Abigail Breslin Which Made Close To 70 Million At Box Office. 2019 WWE Studios And Netflix Came To Agreement For WWE Studios To Produce Content For Netflix’s Platforms. To Date They Have 46 Produced Movies. WWE Announced In 2017 That They Were No Longer Just Be In Movies That They Would Expand Into Television Cartoons Streaming And Different Series.