WWE plans to debut new premium channel

Cable subscribers who can't get enough wrestling are in luck, as World Wrestling Entertainment is mulling the idea of launching a premium channel this year that would cost customers an additional $13 to $15 a month. Building on the popularity of its weekly Raw series, which runs on NBCUniversal's USA Network, WWE said that while it has considered launching its own expanded basic network, the premium model would be the best approach. Article

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