WWE: THE DIGITAL ENTERTAINMENT LEADER

Brock Lesnar slams Dean Ambrose in front of a WWE-record crowd of more than 101,000 at WWE WrestleMania 32 at AT&T Stadium in Dallas, Texas. The April 2016 extravaganza was WWE's most-viewed, most-social event in company history.

Brock Lesnar slams Dean Ambrose in front of a WWE-record crowd of more than 101,000 at WWE WrestleMania 32 at AT&T Stadium in Dallas, Texas. The April 2016 extravaganza was WWE's most-viewed, most-social event in company history.

In the world of WWE, the show doesn’t end once the final bell rings. The conflicts and controversies continue across WWE’s digital media platforms, which operate 24/7.

Our WWE Digital and Social Media teams are comprised of a 50-person group of editors, producers, designers and photographers creating content for WWE’s flagship website and App, WWE’s hugely popular YouTube channel and 250-plus social media channels for WWE and its Superstars on a daily basis.

And when WWE’s shows end on cable, the entertainment continues on WWE Network, WWE’s over-the-top streaming video network with 1.5 million subscribers worldwide. Subscribers can access more than 6,000 hours of on-demand in-ring action, as well as cutting-edge original series and documentaries about WWE Hall of Famers and the company’s rich history.

WWE's dedicated, passionate global fan base that expects fresh, unique content at all hours, and WWE's Social and Digital Teams deliver.

With team members based in Stamford, Conn., New York City, Dubai, Germany and Mexico, as well as traveling team members visiting arenas across the globe year-round, our social producers have the rare ability to shoot a video at a WWE Live Event in London, send it back to Connecticut and post it to WWE’s multiple digital and social platforms in a matter of minutes to a majority of WWE's nearly 700 million combined social media followers.

It’s this seamless integration that has made our Social and Digital Teams the industry leader..