- Perkins Miller, WWE's Executive Vice President of Digital Media spoke with Cynopsis Sports and talked about WWE Network expectations:
"We are looking at a lot of demand across our social platforms. The last time I looked, our network Facebook page had around 2 million likes on it. We've had a tremendous amount of demand in the media. In fact, at CES, in spite of all the announcements from Yahoo, Sony, etc., a study showed that WWE Network had the greatest impact by a factor of two, compared to any other announcement coming out of CES. So we feel that we've got a lot of excitement around our launch. If you look at the way our fans buy right now, we have anywhere from 800,000 to a million fans buy our PPVs on any given year, so our estimate right now is that by the end of this year, we could get to around a million subscribers. Our goal, over time, is that this model across the country could attract between two and four million subscribers."
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