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WWE Network Streaming Service Hits The UK And Europe

[WWE Network] had a false start late last year but is now live. You can watch online from your browser or in your living room through apps for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Roku, PS3 and Xbox 360. On mobile, there are apps for Kindle Fire, Android and iOS. Subscriptions cost £9.99 per month in the UK and €12.99 per month in Europe. – Mic Wright, The Next Web
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WWE (Elbow) Drops Price of Monthly Streaming Service

To help encourage more subscribers to join up, the WWE is—oddly—making it easier for them to quit. The WWE is abandoning its previous plan that required WWE Network subscribers to sign up for a six-month commitment if they wanted to enjoy lower monthly pricing. Previously, doing so would grant one access to all of the WWE Network’s programming for a mere $9.99 monthly fee. If you wanted a month-to-month deal that you could cancel at any time, you’d have to pay $12.99 monthly. – David Murphy,PCMag
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WWE YouTube Series ‘Slam City’ Pins Down First TV Deal with Nickelodeon (EXCLUSIVE)

The animated characters of WWE’s web series “WWE Slam City” are making the leap to television. Nickelodeon has inked a deal with WWE to air the stop-motion animated series on Nicktoons’ NickSports primetime programming block, starting Oct. 22. […] The first batch of 26 episodes, produced as two-minute installments, launched in March on WWESlamCity.com and Maker Studios’ YouTube channel Cartoonium in the U.S., Canada, and the U.K. Later, the series streamed on the WWE Network, Mattel.com, Hulu, AOL On, VUDU, iTunes, Kabillion, Google Play, and Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo’s video game consoles. It’s been viewed nearly 20 million times across the platforms. – Marc Graser,Variety
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