WWE Network Survey Reveals New Details About PPV Format

A survey sent out to DirecTV subscribers this week reveals new details about the upcoming WWE Network.

The survey states that WWE Network will be available for a monthly fee and 11 of WWE’s 12 annual pay-per-view events will be available for viewing to subscribers. WrestleMania would be the only pay-per-view event not offered as part of the WWE Network package. Individual WWE pay-per-views will still be available for purchase for fans who do not subscribe to the network.

DirecTV also requested viewer feedback on potential original WWE programming, including shows about the Monday Night Wars, classic matches, games shows and documentaries.

DirecTV asked fans what they thought  about different monthly price points for the network, including $29.99, $24.99, $19.99, $16.99 and $12.99. DirecTV customers were also asked if they would still order Wrestlemania on PPV if they subscribed to the WWE Network, which would not carry WrestleMania.

WWE Chairman Vince McMahon is expected to discuss the new developments regarding the WWE Network during WWE’s next quarterly financial report on February 28.

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