AEW CEO Tony Khan spoke about the development and future of the promo in an interview with Uproxx.
He likewise discussed how he anticipates the business will get a boost in cash from their next media rights offer ahead of the handle Warner Bros. Discovery ending in 2024. Here are the highlights:
AEW media rights settlements:
“I anticipate huge boosts in the rights for the AEW programs and we’re on an excellent speed to make a really financially rewarding offer for the AEW media rights moving forward.”
Streaming service offer:
“We’ve done 174 episodes of Dynamite, 80 episodes of AEW Rampage, our 17th pay-per-view occasion will be March 5 in Revolution, so we’ve done hundreds and numerous hours of AEW material in our library. I likewise bought Ring of Honor in 2015, which is a terrific promo with over 20 years of history, countless hours of video in their library. In general, AEW has access to so numerous excellent wrestling occasions, consisting of some occasions that are extensively thought about to be some of the finest wrestling occasions of all time. There’s a great deal of interest in this library along with the brand-new weekly material we continue to produce weekly, and I do believe there’s a great deal of need for the library and it makes a great deal of sense for us to attempt to make that AEW library offered to fans all over the world as needed.”
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