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WWE Returns to Live Events in Changed Media Landscape

WWE didn’t miss a week of television broadcasts during the pandemic, but it will be kicking off a 25-city tour in Houston on Friday.

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Olympics Estimated to Boost Peacock Users By 30%

Sports have proven to be a staple for NBCUniversal’s Peacock — and the company is excited to get a boost from the Olympics this month.

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Marvel Could Provide Blueprint For WWE’s Growth

WWE wants to become the next Marvel — an entertainment giant featuring content around characters like Roman Reigns rather than Iron Man.

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Media Rights Deals Reinforce Streaming As ‘The Future’ of Sports

Streaming is on the rise as the number of cord-cutters continues to increase, video quality improves, and league licensing deals expire.

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Peacock’s Sports Programming Helps Comcast Climb

Peacock has helped Comcast soar to new heights based on its latest earnings report. The service has reached 42 million sign-ups in the U.S.

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WWE Lands On Peacock in 5-Year, $1 Billion Deal

Peacock is spreading its wings. NBCUniversal’s fledgling streaming service struck a deal for exclusive rights to World Wrestling Entertainment content. The five-year deal is valued at more than $1 billion, […]

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Former WWE Co-Presidents Launch New SPAC With Sports In Mind

Last year, there were more than 250 SPAC shell companies listed in the U.S., raising nearly $79 billion for acquisitions.

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WWE Beats Expectations

With an increased focus on fan engagement without ticketed events, WWE reports a big boost in quarterly income.

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Sports Look to Keep Fans Engaged By Embracing Digital Bobbleheads

MLB teams have begun creating their own digital bobbleheads to keep supporters engaged at home.

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WWE Names Barstool Sports CEO Erika Nardini to Board

Erika Nardini can now add “board member” to her resume, as the Barstool Sports CEO has become the newest member of WWE’s Board of Directors.

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