WWE Signs Deals in Poland, Serbia, Greece and Turkey

Wrestling Entertainment, Inc. announced new breakthrough TV deals in

Greece and

Turkey. The deals, across Free and
Pay TV represent 196 hours of original WWE programming to four key new markets.

Poland, “WWE RAW”, a one-hour version of the
U.S. program “Monday
Night RAW,” will be broadcast on Extreme Sports Channel, a cable channel wholly
owned by Liberty Global Europe,
biggest cable TV provider. Extreme Sports Channel is available on digital cable
as well as many digital satellite services, providing premium extreme sports to
over 50 territories and in 12 languages.

Greece, Multichoice Hellas will broadcast “WWE
RAW” on Supersport, the only premium 24-hour sports television service
available in

Supersport is available terrestrially and via satellite on Nova, a DTH
satellite service owned and operated by Multichoice Hellas.

Serbia, “WWE RAW” will launch on Fox Televizija,
a national commercial television network launched in November 2006 as a joint
venture formed in cooperation between News Corporation and partners in



Digiturk, the largest and only digital DTH satellite network operator, will
broadcast “WWE RAW” on S’NEK. Digiturk offers 128 television, radio and
interactive channels, including access to premium blockbuster movies and sports

television deals are milestones in the roll-out of WWE programming in Eastern
and Southern Europe; it’s a direct response by program buyers who have seen the
strong commercial potential of WWE throughout Europe,” said Andrew Whitaker,
Deputy Chief Executive, International TV. “The TV industry has clearly seen
that WWE programming has a proven track record in delivering viewers,
advertisers and subscribers on a global basis.”

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