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The World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) brand extension concept began in 2002 and has continued to evolve into today’s three-brand division: Raw, SmackDown, and NXT. Each of these brands features a weekly live, two-hour show.
NXT (2004-2014): A developmental brand within WWE, focusing on young up-and-comers. NXT featured a weekly, live, two-hour show that ran Wednesday nights on the USA Network.
Classics on Demand (2004-2014): A subscription video-on-demand television service that offered footage from WWE’s archive footage, including World Championship Wrestling, Extreme Championship Wrestling, and other titles. The series also had a number of original programming.
Streaming Service and Apps (2011-present): An online streaming service that offers content from WWE’s various brands. The service includes a live, on-demand version of the company’s flagship pay-per-view event, Raw.
Legacy Department (2001-present): A division of WWE that holds the company’s collection of videos and intellectual property for use in WWE productions. The department is responsible for ensuring that all copyrights for wrestling content are upheld.
Warehouses and Studios (2010-present): A subsidiary of WWE that houses collections of wrestling gears, props, and equipment in warehouses. It is also a producer of feature film properties that are often released through theatrical distribution.