“WWE (World Wrestling Entertainment), a publicly traded company (NYSE: WWE), is an integrated media organization and recognized leader in global entertainment. The company consists of a portfolio of businesses that create and deliver original content 52 weeks a year to a global audience. WWE is committed to family friendly entertainment on its television programming, pay-per-view, digital media and publishing platforms. WWE programming is broadcast in more than 150 countries and 35 languages and reaches more than 650 million homes worldwide.
WWE’s operations are organized around the following four principal activities: Media Division (consisting of WWE Network and pay-per-view, Television, Home Entertainment and Digital Media Segments), Live Events Segment, Consumer Products Division (consisting of Licensing, Venue Merchandise and WWEShop Segments) and WWE Studios Segment. The company is headquartered in Stamford, Conn., with offices in New York, Los Angeles, London, Mumbai, Shanghai, Singapore, Dubai, Munich and Tokyo.
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The new logo was first used when WWE launched the WWE Network — a 24/7 streaming network of the complete WWE/WWF library and Pay-per-view events — in February of this year and I think even at that time it was somewhat clear the sharp new "WW" monogram would replace the scribbled version that was one of the last ties to the old WWF days. The new is sharp, literally not metaphorically, and it goes better with the much more business-oriented nature of today's WWE than yesteryear's WWF that, although popular in the 1980s and 90s, didn't have the massive mainstream appeal it does today. It's not a horrible logo but there is nothing really impressive about it either — exactly what you'd expect, I guess.