About WWE Network
WWE Network is a standalone streaming service and television network offered by WWE. WWE was first founded in January 1952 by Jess McMahon and Toots Mondt as Capitol Wrestling Corporation Ltd. The new era of the company was rebranded to Tital Sports, Inc. and was founded by Vince and Linda McMahon. Vince McMahon is the current Chairman and CEO of WWE Network. The Co-Presidents are George Barrios and Michelle D. Wilson. The headquarters are located in Stamford, CT. WWE was launched in early 2014. WWE is a publicly-traded company. WWE Network is available in the United States, Asia, United Kingdom, Republic of Ireland, Italy, Pakistan, India, Middle East, North Africa, West Africa, Japan, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Canada, Hong Kong, Singapore, Mexico, Spain, Turkey, and New Zealand.
WWE Network is available on gaming consoles (PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One), computers and mobile devices (Amazon Kindle Fire, Android devices, Apple iPhones and iPads, Computers (PC & Mac), and Windows 10 devices), connected TVs (LG Smart TV, Panasonic Life + Screen Smart TV, Samsung Smart TV, Sony Internet-Connected TV), and digital media players (Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Apple TV, Google Chromecast, Roku, Samsung Blu-ray Player, Sony Blu-ray Player, and TiVo). With a subscription, you will be able to see every live WWE pay-per-view event. There are thousands of hours of on-demand programming and content is added on a weekly basis. You will also have weekly access to in-ring premier shows like NXT. You can replay Raw and Smackdown LIVE episodes up to 30 days after the original airing. There are also documentaries, reality shows, original series, and in-ring specials available. New members get to enjoy their first month free. After the trial month, the monthly subscription fee is $9.99, charged every 30 days.
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