2008 News

WWEŽ and Ten Sports Form TV Tag Team in India
June 16, 2008

STAMFORD, Conn., June 16, 2008 - World Wrestling Entertainment® (WWE) and Ten Sports have announced a new agreement which will see WWE available exclusively on Ten Sports in India through 2014.

The joint announcement gives Ten Sports exclusive broadcast rights to more than 450 hours of first run, WWE branded content in the Indian sub-continent, including India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan, Afghanistan and the Maldives. WWE’s most successful programs, including RAW®, SmackDown® and ECW®, as well as special pay-per-view events, will be presented on Ten Sports.

WWE programming consistently rates number one in daily sports content across the Indian sub-continent   Ten Sports CEO, Chris McDonald, said: “WWE has been with Ten Sports since our channel launched back in 2002. We are delighted to extend the relationship through the end of 2014.”

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