WWE has partnered with two new publishing partners to develop a number of titles for the sport and its stars.
Warner Bros. Home Entertainment and WWE have signed a multi-year partnership for home video distribution of WWE programming.
Nickelodeon has signed on to broadcast “WWE Slam City,” WWE’s kids' animated short-form series, on the NickSports programming block on Nicktoons.
WWE and Susan G. Komen have collaborated on their third annual campaign for National Breast Cancer Awareness month.
WWE has officially changed its corporate logo to convey a more "contemporary, bold and powerful image" while maintaining the iconic “W.”
Mask-arade has launched a new range of officially licensed WWE facemasks.
World Tech Toys has signed on to create remote-controlled helicopters featuring WWE Superstars.
Licensed graphics company Fathead has launched a new premium home décor customization service called Total Coverage.
WWE and Mattel have launched a new multi-platform kids’ property, WWE Slam City, complete with an animated series and merchandise.
WWE and Totino’s are continuing their integrated partnership with a second Totino’s Pizza Rolls promotion.
The WWE is readying for the launch its new 24/7 streaming network, which will be available online and through the WWE app Feb. 24.
The WWE has teamed up with DK Publishing to create a range of titles based on the professional wrestling organization’s events and Superstars.
WWE is partnering with the national non-profit organization KaBOOM! to build a playground in New Orleans during WrestleMania Week.
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