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TNA to start online on-demand video streaming site?
« on: 9 March 2009, 12:52:23 AM »
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PWInsider - TNA have applied to trademark the following - "TNA365.TV" which is described as "Providing a website featuring streaming, non-downloadable audiovisual material via a video-on-demand service" The website isn't up and running as of yet. As well as "Fandimonium" described as "entertainment services, namely, organizing, producing and conducting live special events for fans of professional wrestling". They also applied to trademark "Curry Man" back in November '08, which was about a month before they took the gimmick off TV. The application is in the "to be publicized for opposition" stage.


I'd be completely up for this if it had stuff from the early years of TNA, like full weekly PPV's and such - could be quite an awesome site if done right. I know TNA isn't what people consider the best wrestling in the world these days, but they've had some cracking shows in the past. I realize that a service like this would probably require a paid subscription, and depending on how much it is (and if it's available to the UK, as these things often aren't) - I'll definitely consider signing up if and when it becomes available.

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TNA to start online on-demand video streaming site?
« Reply #1 on: 9 March 2009, 01:33:39 AM »
What sucks is it would probably cost money but i might consider paying a bit to see some of the old stuff from there weekly PPVs.