Saudi media company MBC Group has acquired rights in the Middle East and North Africa to live events and programming organised by World Wrestling Entertainment
World Wrestling Entertainment has terminated its rights agreement with Gazprom Media-owned free-to-air and pay-television broadcaster Match TV following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
World Wrestling Entertainment has reportedly been sued by Major League Wrestling (MLW) based on allegations that it attempted to interfere in its business dealings and pressured third parties to call off…
Australian pay-television broadcaster Foxtel has signed a multi-year extension to its rights agreement with World Wrestling Entertainment
World Wrestling Entertainment has appointed Claudine Lilien, a long-time executive at media group Fox, as senior vice-president and head of global sales and partnerships
Commercial broadcaster MTV Oy has secured rights in Finland for WWE's weekly shows
US Spanish-language media company Univision Communications has agreed a five-year extension to its rights deal with Combate Americas, with the mixed martial arts promotion rebranding to Combate Global…
US wrestling promotion WWE will receive coverage through an Irish broadcast platform for the first time after agreeing a deal with Virgin Media, the telecoms operator, commercial and pay-television broadcaster
Baltic media group TV3 has agreed a ‘multi-year’ rights deal with World Wresting Entertainment.
The American media strategy for World Wrestling Entertainment has now been dramatically reshaped and resettled following a landmark deal this week to license the content from the WWE Network exclusively …
Marking a major strategic shift for American sports content streaming, World Wrestling Entertainment will shut down this spring its standalone, wholly owned and operated WWE Network and instead license…
Wrestling entertainment promoter WWE has secured a new deal in Thailand to broadcast its flagship weekly shows, Raw and SmackDown
Vince McMahon, World Wrestling Entertainment chairman and chief executive, will be the subject of a multipart documentary series on Netflix, the company said as part of its latest quarterly earnings report
Wrestling entertainment promoter WWE has agreed a media-rights deal in China with video-streaming platform iQiyi Sports beginning September 22
World Wrestling Entertainment, facing increased investor pressure amid falling TV ratings, blamed its ongoing viewership challenges on the lack of in-person audiences for its events
US media group Discovery has made a modest investment in the Italian rights to WWE wrestling to help increase audience share of its DMAX channel and improve the sluggish take-up of the broadcaster’s Dplay Plus premium OTT service.